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Description of problem:
The sed package fails to build stating:
6 of 57 tests failed
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[lvl-030323-2] Error 139
[lvl-030323-4] Error 1
[lvl-030323-5] Error 1
[lvl-030323-6] Error 139
cmp ./lvl-030824.good lvl-030824.out
./lvl-030824.good lvl-030824.out differ: byte 17, line 2
cmp ./lvl-030912.good lvl-030912.out
./lvl-030912.good lvl-030912.out differ: byte 9, line 3
cmp ./space.good space.out
./space.good space.out differ: byte 6, line 1
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rpmbuild -bb /usr/src/redhat/SPEC/sed.spec
Actual Results: rpmbuild fails to produce a sed package.
Expected Results: a messsage stating where it wrote the sed package.
Certainly works for me just fine.
What glibc you have installed? sed relies on recent glibc to pass make check
(otherwise a bunch of regex bugfixes are missing).
I am using glibc-2.3.2-27.9.7 on my build host.
If building it requires glibc-2.3.3, could you add a BuildRequires
glibc >= 2.3.3 ? My build host will work out the dependencies and
compile it properly if that tag is there. Thanks.
Added to sed-4.0.9-1 in rawhide.
Steve, you should disable the patch 2 and you should remove the
"--without-included-regex" at sed-4.0.8-(2|3|4) then it would build
fine at Red Hat Linux 9.
I'm NOT able to reproduce the rebuilding problem using glibc-2.3.2-
27.9.7 (from Red Hat Linux 9) and sed-4.0.9-1. Jakub, please remove
that strange dependency with the next sed rebuild. Thank you very