Re: uscan of the tango package, mk-origtargz
Felix Natter <email@example.com> writes:
> hi PICCA,
> PICCA Frederic-Emmanuel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Please confirm that
>>> > LANG=C tar --delete $(tar tf tango-9.3.3-rc2.tar | grep
>>> "lib/java/R.*jar") < tango-9.3.3-rc2.tar > tango.tar
>>> is inspired by `mk-origtargz`.
>> not at all, I found this in #869087, which is a tar bug with --delete.
>> It is not clear to me what is the cmd executed by mk-origtargz.
>> It would be nice to have a debug mode for this.
>>> Karma bonus points for providing context.
>> I just try to make gbp import-orig --uscan works with my package.
> Although out-of-place tar deletion undoubtedly is more robust than
> in-place deletion, I wouldn't be surprised if there is a bug, too.
> (which is really bad for Debian infrastructure, so we should
> identify/fix this).
> Can you reproduce the problem with:
> $ cat tango-9.3.3-rc2.tar | tar --delete <filespec-to-delete> > \
Ok, I see this is already confirmed for another package in #869087.
The question is: what to do, since the other tar option now seems broken
as well (and upstream did not want to fix in-place deletion bugs, so
they probably don't want to fix out-of-place bugs either). Maybe use
Cheers and Best Regards,