Re: pbuilder help (bug 334877)
Darren Salt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> A uuencoded tarball of the generated files would appear to be useful here.
> (You'll probably want tar's -m option when unpacking.)
Well, I'm now closer in. The first invocation of lilypond from within
the build fails. But it fails silently. The failing build prints (at
the key place):
cd ./out && /tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/lily/out/lilypond --verbose /tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/ly/generate-documentation
Effective prefix: "/tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/share/lilypond/2.6.3"
adding font directory: /tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/share/lilypond/2.6.3/fonts/otf/
adding font directory: /tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/share/lilypond/2.6.3/fonts/type1/
adding font directory: /tmp/buildd/lilypond-2.6.3/share/lilypond/2.6.3/fonts/svg/rm -f ./out/lilypond-internals.nexi
ln ./out/lilypond-internals.texi ./out/lilypond-internals.nexi
ln: accessing `./out/lilypond-internals.texi': No such file or directory
make: [out/lilypond-internals.texi] Error 1 (ignored)
Now the lines from "rm -f ./out/lilypond-internals-nexi" are from the
invoking makefile, as is the first line ("cd ./out"...)
The "LILYPOND_"... output, the "Effective prefix" schtick, and the
FontConfig output are all from lilypond (which was invoked with
--verbose to show this). Notice that there is no newline between
lilypond's last output (the third "adding font directory" bit) and the
next output from the invoking makefile.
In a correct invocation, there would be threelines to follow: a line
and a line starting "Parsing..." which is the output of the Scheme
program that needs to run here, and then:
Ok, so lilypond is failing. But dammitall, I can't get it to fail
ever else. If I run this command myself after the failure, it works
fine. Likewise if I invoke make, or if I clean the directory and go
up and do "debian/rules build".
Clearly something about the buildd dynamic environment is *different*
from what I get if I just enter and do it myself, and that difference
causes the generated lilypond to fail.
Any suggestions for how I can poke at this further?