Hi On 06-09-18 11:53, Samuel Thibault wrote: > Samuel Thibault, le jeu. 06 sept. 2018 11:44:45 +0200, a ecrit: >> Paul Gevers, le jeu. 06 sept. 2018 11:22:46 +0200, a ecrit: >>> On 06-09-18 11:19, Samuel Thibault wrote: >>>> It'd be useful for the abi-compliance-checker test to actually output >>>> error messages, >>>> >>>> https://ci.debian.net/data/autopkgtest/testing/amd64/k/kf5-kdepim-apps-libs/944759/log.gz >>>> >>>> it not very talkative :) >>> >>> I agree, but I found that there are more logs in the artifacts. >> >> Ah, right. They seem to only point at c++ headers, so it'd rather be a >> g++ issue? > > All the passed artifacts I can find have libc++-dev 6.0.1-1, not > libc++-8-dev 1:8~svn340819-1. Does this mean that libc++-8-dev is breaking the ABI of the Qt/KDE packages? Luckily libc++-8-dev will not migrate to testing due to https://bugs.debian.org/714686 Does it need a "Breaks" then? Does anybody know why libc++-8-dev is installed when glibc or abi-compliance-checker come from unstable? It seems that package is providing something that in testing is provided by libc++-dev (Or somewhere else in the dependency chain this goes "wrong" and leads to this outcome). This is maybe also the reason why the autopkgtest of these packages fail already longer in unstable. Apparently the wrong libc++*-dev package gets installed. Paul PS to all: if we determine how this goes wrong and if I can't get the CI framework to do the right thing and this is outside of glibc and abi-compliance-checker, I'll ask the migration software to ignore these failures.
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