[pkg-go] Bug#1002227: Move to templexxx-xorsimd? (Was: Bug#1002227: golang-github-templexxx-xor: FTBFS: dh_auto_test: error: cd obj-x86_64-linux-gnu && go test -vet=off -v -p 4 github.com/templexxx/xor returned exit code 1)

Nilesh Patra nilesh at debian.org
Thu Aug 4 20:57:17 BST 2022

On 8/5/22 1:18 AM, Shengjing Zhu wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 5, 2022 at 3:39 AM Nilesh Patra <nilesh at debian.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On 8/5/22 12:42 AM, Shengjing Zhu wrote:
>>> On Fri, Aug 5, 2022 at 3:09 AM Nilesh Patra <nilesh at debian.org> wrote:
>>>> Control: severity -1 important
>>>> I am uploading a new revision shortly disabling this
>>>> test so it allows revdeps to migrate atleast most which have nothing
>>>> to do with the failing function test in question.
>>> If what you assert is correct
>> Checked this earlier.
>> Locally building revdeps with removed function seems to have no effect
>> on their build/autopkgtests.
>>> why not just remove the broken
>>> function and then close this bug?
>> I am not sure if it is worth doing so now, provided we should
>> switch to xorsimd. However I have pushed a patch to git repo removing that
>> function.
>> Please feel free to upload if you think otherwise.
> I reviewed your patch, but it's wrong.
> BytesSrc0 is used by
> https://codesearch.debian.net/search?q=BytesSrc0+package%3A%5CQgolang-github-audriusbutkevicius-kcp-go%5CE&literal=1

Hmmm, It didn't build this one locally, probably something wrong with my local
config then.

> Though I think golang-github-audriusbutkevicius-kcp-go should be
> removed from the archive instead.

This does not seem to have any rev-dep. And even the URL it points to no longer


> But what you assert is wrong.

Yeah, my bad. Something wrong locally.


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