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Re: failed powerpc build of u-boot 2014.04+dfsg1-2

On Wed, Jul 09, 2014 at 10:00:02PM +0000, Debian buildds wrote:
>  * Source package: u-boot
>  * Version: 2014.04+dfsg1-2
>  * Architecture: powerpc
>  * State: failed
>  * Suite: sid
>  * Builder: praetorius.debian.org
>  * Build log: https://buildd.debian.org/fetch.cgi?pkg=u-boot&arch=powerpc&ver=2014.04%2Bdfsg1-2&stamp=1404942833&file=log

  OBJCOPY examples/standalone/hello_world.srec
  OBJCOPY examples/standalone/hello_world.bin
  LD      examples/standalone/sched
  OBJCOPY examples/standalone/sched.srec
  OBJCOPY examples/standalone/sched.bin
  LD      u-boot
ld.bfd: _GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_ not defined in linker created .got
ld.bfd: final link failed: Bad value
make[2]: *** [u-boot] Error 1
/«BUILDDIR»/u-boot-2014.04+dfsg1/Makefile:926: recipe for target 'u-boot' failed

Apparently something in the toolchain changed that's causing u-boot to fail to
build on powerpc. I can also reproduce it by attempting to rebuild
2014.04+dfsg1-1, which was uploaded just under a month ago.

Secondly, is the ZUMA target that u-boot is building on powerpc useful? What
hardware does it support? It appears to have been marked as orphaned in u-boot

  $ grep ZUMA boards.cfg
  Orphan  powerpc     74xx_7xx       -           -               evb64260            ZUMA                                  -                                                                                                                                 Nye Liu <nyet@zumanetworks.com>

Should it just be dropped from u-boot builds in Debian, or is there a case to
be made for keeping it?

live well,

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