clisp is built without $RPM_OPT_FLAGS, resulting in no compiler security
features and a useless debuginfo package. Fix attached.
Created attachment 147842 [details]
The clisp people generally warn against changing the compiler flags, so I would
prefer not touching them. It might seem to work at first, but problems could
Well, the same can be put the other way around - packages built without the
usual optflags lack stack protection, source fortification etc compiler security
features which Fedora users expect to have applied in packages they use.
Anyway, if not using $RPM_OPT_FLAGS is the right thing to do for a package, it
should be prominently documented in the specfile, including the rationale. And
preferably only the options identified as problematic filtered out instead of
ignoring all of them.
Rebuilt with opt flags.