Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 499885
emelfm2-debuginfo created from stripped binaries
Last modified: 2009-05-26 03:55:12 EDT
Created attachment 343141 [details]
Fix attached, see bug 496968 for more info.
You are absolutely right and I have to admit that I was aware of this problem. Nevertheless I don't like your patch, something like this should IMO go upstream and have an option in Makefile.config, say STRIP=0 or simply use DEBUG=1. DEBUG=1 does not strip and sets different cflags, but these get overwritten in the spec anyway, so IMO DEBUG is sane. Any objections?
I considered that, but:
$ grep -B 1 ^DEBUG Makefile.config
# setting DEBUG to 0/1 turns off/on debugging messages and in-file data for debuggers
DEBUG ?= 0
...I suppose using DEBUG != 0 will not only affect CFLAGS and stripping but will also result in debug message spewage somewhere (stdout?).
You are right, so took the patch until we have something better. Fixed in rawhide, you want me to fix this also in F-11 or a stable release? If not, I suggest to wait for the 0.6.0 update that is coming soon (when I fixed a segfault that appears upon updating the config files).
FYI: 0.6.0 built for rawhide and F-11.
I think that's fine.
OK then, closing.
emelfm2-0.6.0-1.fc11 has been pushed to the Fedora 11 stable repository. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report.