Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 538211
bouncycastle-mail-debuginfo has no sources
Last modified: 2011-06-02 17:54:19 EDT
bouncycastle-mail-debuginfo-1.44-1.fc13.x86_64 contains no sources. I didn't notice anything obvious in the build log; the main bouncycastle-debuginfo package which uses a similar build setup does contain them (*.java).
On an unrelated note, but while I'm writing here, FWIW I see there is one test suite failure in the bouncycastle build log and quite a few more in bouncycastle-mail:
(In reply to comment #0)
> bouncycastle-mail-debuginfo-1.44-1.fc13.x86_64 contains no sources. I didn't
> notice anything obvious in the build log; the main bouncycastle-debuginfo
> package which uses a similar build setup does contain them (*.java).
Arrgh. Not again...
A previous proposal for a "fix" was made by Andrew Haley in a discussion in fedora-java . And the commit  solved the problem at the time.
I don't know why it came back. I'm adding Andrew to the CC.
> On an unrelated note, but while I'm writing here, FWIW I see there is one test
> suite failure in the bouncycastle build log and quite a few more in
Wasn't it you who enabled those tests? :) Any news, progress etc?
I'll look into them when I can spare some time.
(In reply to comment #1)
> Wasn't it you who enabled those tests? :) Any news, progress etc?
> I'll look into them when I can spare some time.
Yes, I enabled them for bouncycastle but not for any other packages and said I hadn't looked into them and still haven't (and don't really have plans to do that either - I think it's the maintainers' job), see bug 521475. When you can spare some time for it is very much fine with me, no rush as long as the packages actually work for my purposes ;)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 13 development cycle.
Changing version to '13'.
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1.46-1 in F-15+ is noarch so this is no longer applicable.