Description of problem:
During the stage2 bootstrap we experience FTBFS caused by the rpm-4.11.1-sepdebugcrcfix.patch that modifies Makefile.am. That's ok in case of regular builds as such changes trigger the aclocal call and aclocal is present in full-featured Fedora environment. However, this breaks the bootstrap procedure since we have no autotools in the stage2 when building Fedora from scratch. Fortunately this can be solved with minimal effort. You call the autoreconf -i -f in the %build phase. Would it be possible to move the autoreconf call from %build to %prep ? The %prep phase is executed during the stage1 source unpacking and patching using the host's rpmbuild, but the %build phase cannot be run as the builds are native in the stage2 and we don't have any rpmbuild/rpm in the stage2 environment yet, therefore building everything with so called recipes (shell based replacement for %build and %install). In general, calling autoreconf -i -f in %prep is probably more correct as it does a very similar task to patching. It prepares the sources for building and allows applying patches on top of auto-reconfigured sources.
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We managed to hack autotools so that they're available early in stage2 and this issue does not affect the bootstrap anymore. I remember we discussed the spec modification and you wanted my confirmation whether it fixes the issue. Since it doesn't matter now, it's up to you whether you want to keep the modification or drop it. Anyway, thanks for your time.
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