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Re: [Debian-med-packaging] Bug#834856: python-pysam fails to build on mips64el arch.: failed test

On 23/10/16 00:48, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
> On 2016-10-21 15:15, James Cowgill wrote:
>> On 21/10/16 14:55, YunQiang Su wrote:
>>> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 3:47 PM, Emilio Pozuelo Monfort
>>> <pochu@debian.org> wrote:
>>>> Control: severity -1 serious
>>>> On Fri, 19 Aug 2016 22:29:48 -0700 Afif Elghraoui <afif@debian.org> wrote:
>>>>> Control: severity -1 important
>>>>> Control: tag -1 + help
>>>>> Hello and thank you for the report.
>>>>> على الجمعـة 19 آب 2016 ‫14:48، كتب Jonathan Jackson:
>>>>>> Package: python-pysam
>>>>>> Version:
>>>>>> Severity: grave
>>>>>> Justification: renders package unusable
>>>>> While the package may be unusable on mips64el, it works well for the
>>>>> vast majority of users as I understand it, so this situation deserves a
>>>>> severity of 'important' rather than 'grave'.
>>>> mips64el is a release architecture, thus this bug is serious.
>>> mips64el seems building successfully now, while mipsel fails.
>>> I guess it is due to Loongson machine.
>> If mips64el has built (possibly one of the build machines is 'nicer' to
>> it), is this bug RC anymore?
>>> Let me have a give-back on mipsel.
>> While it could help, the same segfault happens on armel, mipsel and x32
>> according to the build logs. I don't think it's hardware specific.
>> https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=python-pysam
> I agree with this analysis. I confirm it doesn't build either on
> eller.d.o and from what I have been able to start debugging with GDB, it
> rather looks like some bug in the 32-bit support. There is something
> wrong in htslib or the cython code which doesn't convert C struct into
> Python struct correctly.
> I therefore also suggest to downgrade the severity of this bug, maybe
> also retitling it to say it fail to all 32-bit architectures.

Sounds good.


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