Ville Skyttä wrote: > The remaining set of packages with unknown status that have debuginfo > packages without sources are somewhat unusual ones. [...] > Others: GtkAda, elice, lostlabyrinth, mono-debugger I bet GTKada has the same problem as I ran into. I'm working on some Ada packages that I hope to submit for review soon. I disabled the debuginfo packages because they contained no sources and the .debug files referenced the sources in my RPM build directory. The .debug files worked fine with GDB but only as long as the RPM build directory was still present. None of the causes listed in https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging/Debuginfo applied. I read /usr/lib/rpm/find-debuginfo.sh and found that it expects /usr/lib/rpm/debugedit to write a list of source files to a temporary file called debugsources.list. That file was empty. I haven't debugged past that point so I don't know whether the problem is in Debugedit or GNAT, but I get the impression that GNAT (package gcc-gnat) writes the filenames in a format that GDB understands but Debugedit doesn't. Björn Persson
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