Re: rebuilding the archive in a dirty chroot: results
On Fri, Jan 25, 2008 at 03:59:01PM +0100, Daniel Leidert wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 25.01.2008, 15:25 +0100 schrieb Lucas Nussbaum:
> > I've done two rebuilds of sid on i386.
> > - one in a perfectly clean chroot, as I usually do
> > - one in a chroot, where as many build-dependancies as impossible were
> > installed (take the Sources file, extract the build-deps for all
> > packages, and install as many packages as possible) (the chroot is
> > named bdfh -- build daemon from hell)
> > All the results are available from
> > http://people.debian.org/~lucas/logs/2008/01/22/bdfh/
> Ok. I checked docbook-xsl. Your report says, that there is a difference
> in the control file in the Installed-Size field. Now this package just
Same for debiandoc-sgml-doc.
> copies files from the source to the correct place in the file system. So
> I checked the files: a) that I have written or that are created by
> debhelper and b) that are patched. But from the build logs I cannot find
> a difference between these files. So I'm wondering, where the difference
> comes from. Now because the file-list is very long and the build logs do
> not have the same ordering of the files, it is hard to compare the file
> lists without hacking around some kind of script that reads in your
> build-logs and compares the file-lists found in the build logs. So I'm
I sorted this list manually for debiandoc-sgml-doc and noticed that only
a pdf.gz document differs in size. This is probably related to the fact
that the PDF contains the build date and the compression ratio differs (20kB).
> wondering if you could send me the file lists in some sorted order or if
> there is some tool to compare packages directly?
Something simple as sort with option --key=POS1[,POS2] applied to the
package list should do what you want ...