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Re: find-debuginfo.sh

2007/8/8, Roland McGrath <roland redhat com>:
> > Would the new buildid stuff work exactly the same in local mock
> > testing?
> It should.
> > Would it be useful to do local builds in mock to see how messy its gonna be?
> If I had the machine resources and an automated thing to rebuild everything
> in mock against a new rpm-build, I would have tried it.  (Sorry for using
> Fedora public development and testing, for, you know, developing and testing.)
> I tested a handful of packages, including the special cases like glibc and
> kernel, but was not smart enough to try any noarch packages, and had no way
> of knowing which packages would have the common and no-longer-harmless
> build bugs like mock does, so as to ferret those out ahead of time.
> Honestly, I don't think it's really going to be all that bad.  The fires
> will be small and quickly quenched, as with mock--at least when I'm awake.
> My plan all along was to have a few days of pain getting the regime in place.
> I intend to stay available to quickly hash out any build issues with
> build-id and find-debuginfo stuff, when the new script hits and through the
> coming mass rebuild.  (But I hadn't planned to forego sleep entirely.)
> Thanks,
> Roland
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for automated testing one would need:

* something that computes the correct build order of packages to be
done with mock
* ?

Rudolf Kastl

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