Question about strip-nondeterminism in bsh

jathan jathanblackred at
Mon Oct 16 19:40:13 UTC 2017

On 11/10/17 21:02, Chris Lamb wrote:
> Hi jathan,
>> I will check the GitHub code instead of Debian Sources. 
> The GitHub repositories are read-only mirrors. If you are checking out
> the code as a member of the Reproducible Builds team, then it makes more
> sense to get it from Alioth, for example:
>   $ git clone
>>> What, exactly, makes you say that tar archives are normalised by strip-
>>> nondeterminism? 
>> I was thinking tar archives are normalised by strip-nondeterminism
>> based on the next contents:
> You've linked to *something* here, but I don't follow your chain of
> reasoning that leads to you believe tar archives are normalised. Can
> you help?
> Regards,
I was focusing in timestamps instead of tar archives, an apology for the
misunderstanding. So checking there are not any content related to tar
archives in the source code of strip-nondeterminism, I think tar
archives format is not yet supported. I am right?


Por favor evita enviarme adjuntos en formato de word o powerpoint, si
quieres saber porque lee esto:
¡Cámbiate a GNU/Linux!

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