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Re: Bug#89433: I want to adopt osh



Hi, all.

In <20020119104541.40ca3e12.dancer@netfort.gr.jp>,
  on Sat, 19 Jan 2002 10:45:41 +0900,
 Junichi Uekawa <dancer@netfort.gr.jp> wrote:

> Oohara Yuuma <oohara@libra.interq.or.jp> cum veritate scripsit:

> > debuild -e DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip"
> > 
> > and it worked.  I can't see why this is syntactically incorrect.
> 
> I was saying that 
> "DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip" && debuild"
> is syntactically incorrect, and it looks bad to have it in debian/rules.
> 
> I think all it does is set DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="...", unset, 
> and then run debuild.
> 
> But that is talking about shell.

 ??? I can't understand why you insist on here, dancer.

Oohara already explained his intent:

In <20020118.114442.74747472.oohara@grain>,
  on Fri, 18 Jan 2002 11:44:42 +0900 (JST),
    on Re: Bug#89433: I want to adopt osh,
 Oohara Yuuma <oohara@libra.interq.or.jp> wrote:

> debian/rules says:
> | # to compile with debugging information:
> | # $ debuild -e DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip"
> | # (this won't work:
> | #  DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip" && debuild)
> Note the word "won't".

So, maybe he can improve his comment, as something like:

 # to compile with debugging information:
 # $ debuild -e DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip"
 #
 # Note: you can't do it by
 #   DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS="debug,nostrip" && debuild
 # because it won't work. Shell variables are not
 # succeeded to sub-process.

But it seems to me that you repeated to say the same thing
in his comment.

Can you please explain me what I'm missing ?

TIA.
-- 
  Taketoshi Sano: <sano@debian.org>,<sano@debian.or.jp>,<kgh12351@nifty.ne.jp>



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