[Reproducible-builds] How to help out sorting logs?
lunar at debian.org
Tue Feb 18 23:35:54 UTC 2014
> Sorry for spamming...
Thank you for spamming. It feels really great to see other people
working on the project. :)
> Le 15/02/2014 00:42, Jérémy Bobbio a écrit :
> > Picking a random package and trying to understand why it's not
> > reproducible usually takes me around 3 to 30 minutes. It's sometimes a
> > relaxing pause. Try it! ;)
> I've noticed that many packages differ because of so-called build IDs
> that are written to ELF files. Even hello is concerned. Is there any
> package that builds ELF files reproducible? Am I missing something?
With the current scheme, having the proper Build ID require two things:
usage of dpkg-buildflags and usage of debhelper to handle stripping
In the case of hello, the build system does not dh_strip. So debugedit
does not get called and so the Build Id is not recomputed over the
stable source path.
With the previous rebuild, using -fdebug-prefix-map, this was less an
issue. One conclusion that can be made is that dpkg-buildflags +
debhelper approach is not the right one to solve the Build Id issue.
Except that most packages that calls strip directly probably don't
implement `DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip` correctly. So we could see the
task of fixing these problems (together with dpkg-buildflags) as a good
opportunity to do archive-wide QA work.
But really, since I've started looking at it, I have yet to see/find a
nice solution for the build-path-in-DWARF issue.
lunar at debian.org : :Ⓐ : # apt-get install anarchism
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