Bug#332739: Processed: retitle 332739 to debian packages are not safe to build on AFS, since find is typically used without -noleaf ...
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>> 2.9.27 retitle 332739 debian packages are not safe to build on
>> AFS, since find is typically used without -noleaf
Debian> Bug#332739: debhelper: dh_clean fails in certain
Debian> filesystems Changed Bug title.
My two thoughts:
1. Is this the only problem building Debian packages? I would have
thought the different model, including permissions, etc would mess up
the Debian package.
2. Is it possible to get find to autodetect the file system, and use
-noleaf only as required? Maybe get it to look for "." and ".." and if
it can't find them, automatically use -noleaf. Embedding filesystem
specific changes like this into every package would seem to be the
wrong solution, IMHO.
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org>