Re: FTBFS if built twice in a row
* Santiago Vila [Fri, 29 Jun 2007 16:58:13 +0200]:
> Consider the case where the .diff.gz for a package updates a .po file but
> not the corresponding .mo file (which are usually included in the original
> tarball as well).
> You need to run ./configure at least to be able to run the clean target,
> and you need to do "make" so that the .mo file is overwritten by the one
> from the updated .po file (via msgfmt).
> Then you try to build a second time and dpkg-source realizes that
> it can't represent the change from the old .mo file to the new .mo file,
> as it is a binary file.
> I don't know how much typical this example is, but the two "can't build
> twice in a row" bugs I got were like that.
The you should/could remove the .mo files in your debian/rules clean
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