Question about strip-nondeterminism in bsh

jathan jathanblackred at
Mon Oct 16 22:30:59 UTC 2017

On 16/10/17 14:41, Chris Lamb wrote:
> Jathan,
>> include /usr/share/dpkg/
>> export SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH = $(call
>> dpkg_late_eval,SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH,dpkg-parsechangelog -STimestamp)
>> or
>> export SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH = $(shell dpkg-parsechangelog -STimestamp)
> I fear you are confused here — if you include include
> /usr/share/dpkg/, SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH will be exported for
> you. Indeed, that's the entire point of using this include :)
>> How can I see the /usr/share/dpkg/ you have used for
>> pkg-python-daiquiri to make a comparison of contents
> Hm? I don't understand why you would need to see mine? It's
> almost certainly the same…
> Regards,
Perfect! Now I understand much better. Thanks a lot for detailing this
last part. I wanted to see your /usr/share/dpkg/ thinking
before you could have a specific content for pkg-python-daiquiri on it.
So I just need to add the line:

include /usr/share/dpkg/

And it would be enough without any more lines like the export ones 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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