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Re: local builds break "devel/gobject-introspection" et al.
On Tue, 2 Aug 2016, John D. Baker wrote:
> Update the host OS from later TNF snapshots. Go back and rebuild each
> of the above packages. This should succeed.
For what it's worth, my i386 local-disk test system, which has only been
running TNF snapshots, spontaneously failed building "gstreamer1" in the
manner reported in pkg/51266. See the PR for gdb backtraces of the
python2.7.core. The "Gst-1.0.core" also present has no matching binary.
It was a JIT-generated tool in a temporary directory that was removed
as soon as it terminated.
The test system now fails to build all previously-mentioned problem
Fortunately, I'd just finished building my usual complement of packages
(except libreoffice, which is blocked by pkg/51221). I attempted it
anyway and got the failure noted in the PR. I know it sounds ridiculous,
but I wonder if that somehow triggered the problem with the other
I never had any of these troubles before the update to GCC 5.4. I'm
pretty sure I didn't have trouble with the brief period that -current
used GCC 5.3 and I definitely didn't when it was still running GCC 4.8.5.
Meanwhile, my amd64 test system, running semi-diskless with a TNF snapshot
build, continues building packages without problems so far.
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