Re: Bug#169017: fakeroot mini-proveall
Clint Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Yes, the second invocation is the correct behavior. The first
> > (preloading libfakeroot) dies with a segmentation fault.
> Seems that the signal handling on ia64 changes under fakeroot in a way
> that doesn't happen on other architectures.
It would appear so. Interesting thing is that gcl/maxima works (using
the same mechanism) -- maybe only by luck. I can disable this, but it
will decrease performance significantly. Might be easier in the short
run to just build the package by hand and upload -- the 'build' target
doesn't need fakeroot, and this is where the tests run.
This is a bug in fakeroot, right? Aren't there other fakeroot-like
package installation mechanisms that could be tried?
Camm Maguire email@example.com
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