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Bug#438030: smarteiffel: not handling nostrip build option (policy 10.1)



Package: smarteiffel
Version: 1.1-12
Severity: wishlist
User: buildd@naquadah.org
Usertags: nostrip

Hello,

There was a problem while autobuilding your package with DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip.
Final binaries are still stripped.

If you call dh_strip correctly in debian/rules, this may mean that upstream
is stripping anyway.
You should look for call to strip, ld -s or install -s which may strip binaries.


> Automatic build of smarteiffel_1.1-12 on octave for sid/i386 by rebuildd 0.2.2-r136
> Build started at 2007-08-15 04:41:15.343046
> ******************************************************************************
> Reading package lists...
> Building dependency tree...
> Reading state information...
> Need to get 1599kB of source archives.
> Get:1 http://ftp.fr.debian.org sid/main smarteiffel 1.1-12 (dsc) [621B]
> Get:2 http://ftp.fr.debian.org sid/main smarteiffel 1.1-12 (tar) [1578kB]
> Get:3 http://ftp.fr.debian.org sid/main smarteiffel 1.1-12 (diff) [20.7kB]
> Fetched 1599kB in 0s (1879kB/s)
> Download complete and in download only mode
> W: /home/staff/jd/.pbuilderrc does not exist
> I: using fakeroot in build.
> Current time: Wed Aug 15 04:41:19 UTC 2007
> pbuilder-time-stamp: 1187152879
> Building the build Environment
>  -> extracting base tarball [/var/cache/pbuilder/sid.tgz]
>  -> creating local configuration
>  -> copying local configuration
>  -> mounting /proc filesystem
>  -> mounting /dev/pts filesystem
>  -> policy-rc.d already exists
> Obtaining the cached apt archive contents
> Installing the build-deps
>  -> Attempting to parse the build-deps 
>  -> Considering build-dep debhelper (>= 4)
>    -> Trying debhelper
>  -> Considering build-dep dpatch
>    -> Trying dpatch
>  -> Considering build-dep autotools-dev
>    -> Trying autotools-dev
>  -> Considering build-dep gcc-3.4
>    -> Trying gcc-3.4
>  -> Considering build-dep sharutils
>    -> Trying sharutils
>  -> Installing  debhelper dpatch autotools-dev gcc-3.4 sharutils
> Reading package lists...
> Building dependency tree...
> Reading state information...
> The following extra packages will be installed:
>   cpp-3.4 file gcc-3.4-base gettext gettext-base html2text intltool-debian
>   libmagic1 po-debconf
> Suggested packages:
>   dh-make curl gcc-3.4-doc libc6-dev-amd64 lib64gcc1 cvs gettext-doc mailx
> Recommended packages:
>   patchutils libmail-sendmail-perl libcompress-zlib-perl
> The following NEW packages will be installed:
>   autotools-dev cpp-3.4 debhelper dpatch file gcc-3.4 gcc-3.4-base gettext
>   gettext-base html2text intltool-debian libmagic1 po-debconf sharutils
> debconf: delaying package configuration, since apt-utils is not installed
> 0 upgraded, 14 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> Need to get 0B/7105kB of archives.
> After unpacking 20.7MB of additional disk space will be used.
> Selecting previously deselected package libmagic1.
> (Reading database ... 8969 files and directories currently installed.)
> Unpacking libmagic1 (from .../libmagic1_4.21-2_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package file.
> Unpacking file (from .../archives/file_4.21-2_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package gettext-base.
> Unpacking gettext-base (from .../gettext-base_0.16.1-2_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package sharutils.
> Unpacking sharutils (from .../sharutils_1%3a4.6.3-1_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package autotools-dev.
> Unpacking autotools-dev (from .../autotools-dev_20070306.1_all.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package gcc-3.4-base.
> Unpacking gcc-3.4-base (from .../gcc-3.4-base_3.4.6-6_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package cpp-3.4.
> Unpacking cpp-3.4 (from .../cpp-3.4_3.4.6-6_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package html2text.
> Unpacking html2text (from .../html2text_1.3.2a-3_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package gettext.
> Unpacking gettext (from .../gettext_0.16.1-2_i386.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package intltool-debian.
> Unpacking intltool-debian (from .../intltool-debian_0.35.0+20060710.1_all.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package po-debconf.
> Unpacking po-debconf (from .../po-debconf_1.0.9_all.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package debhelper.
> Unpacking debhelper (from .../debhelper_5.0.53_all.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package dpatch.
> Unpacking dpatch (from .../archives/dpatch_2.0.27_all.deb) ...
> Selecting previously deselected package gcc-3.4.
> Unpacking gcc-3.4 (from .../gcc-3.4_3.4.6-6_i386.deb) ...
> Setting up libmagic1 (4.21-2) ...
> 
> Setting up file (4.21-2) ...
> Setting up gettext-base (0.16.1-2) ...
> 
> Setting up sharutils (1:4.6.3-1) ...
> 
> Setting up autotools-dev (20070306.1) ...
> Setting up gcc-3.4-base (3.4.6-6) ...
> Setting up cpp-3.4 (3.4.6-6) ...
> Setting up html2text (1.3.2a-3) ...
> 
> Setting up gettext (0.16.1-2) ...
> 
> Setting up intltool-debian (0.35.0+20060710.1) ...
> Setting up po-debconf (1.0.9) ...
> Setting up debhelper (5.0.53) ...
> Setting up dpatch (2.0.27) ...
> Setting up gcc-3.4 (3.4.6-6) ...
>  -> Finished parsing the build-deps
> Reading package lists...
> Building dependency tree...
> Reading state information...
> fakeroot is already the newest version.
> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> Copying back the cached apt archive contents
> Copying source file
>     -> copying [smarteiffel_1.1-12.dsc]
>     -> copying [./smarteiffel_1.1.orig.tar.gz]
>     -> copying [./smarteiffel_1.1-12.diff.gz]
> Extracting source
> gpg: can't open `/gnupg/options.skel': No such file or directory
> gpg: Signature made Tue Jan  9 21:58:19 2007 UTC using DSA key ID 4B2B2B9E
> gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found
> dpkg-source: extracting smarteiffel in smarteiffel-1.1
> dpkg-source: unpacking smarteiffel_1.1.orig.tar.gz
> dpkg-source: applying ./smarteiffel_1.1-12.diff.gz
>  -> Building the package
> Setting DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS=nostrip
> dpkg-buildpackage: source package is smarteiffel
> dpkg-buildpackage: source version is 1.1-12
> dpkg-buildpackage: source changed by Daniel Baumann <daniel@debian.org>
> dpkg-buildpackage: host architecture i386
> dpkg-buildpackage: source version without epoch 1.1-12
>  fakeroot debian/rules clean
> dpatch  deapply-all  
> 01-conglomeration not applied to ./ .
> rm -rf patch-stamp patch-stampT debian/patched
> dh_testdir
> dh_testroot
> rm -f build-stamp
> # Cleaning package
> /usr/bin/make clean
> make[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1'
> Removing all executable tools...
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1'
> rm -f bin/gcc
> rm -f sys/system.se
> rm -f install/germ/*.o
> rm -f install/germ/compile_to_c
> dh_clean
>  dpkg-source -b smarteiffel-1.1
> dpkg-source: building smarteiffel using existing smarteiffel_1.1.orig.tar.gz
> dpkg-source: building smarteiffel in smarteiffel_1.1-12.diff.gz
> dpkg-source: warning: executable mode 0755 of 'debian/patches/01-conglomeration.dpatch' will not be represented in diff
> dpkg-source: warning: ignoring deletion of file bin/README.txt
> dpkg-source: building smarteiffel in smarteiffel_1.1-12.dsc
>  debian/rules build
> test -d debian/patched || install -d debian/patched
> dpatch  apply-all  
> applying patch 01-conglomeration to ./ ... ok.
> dpatch  cat-all  >>patch-stampT
> mv -f patch-stampT patch-stamp
> # Enforcing compiler
> ln -s /usr/bin/gcc-3.4 bin/gcc
> dh_testdir
> # Building package
> sed -e "s,%SmartEiffel%,/tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1," debian/conf/serc > $SmartEiffel
> CFLAGS="" /usr/bin/make all
> make[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1'
> 
> Hello!
> 
> Thank you for choosing SmartEiffel.
> 
> I'm here to help you install your software. Many default options have been set
> for you; the simplest way to install SmartEiffel is to keep pressing the
> <Enter> key as long as I ask anything.
> 
> Of course you can change the options I set; it's just a matter of chosing items
> in the menus, and you'll see you can greatly customize your SmartEiffel
> installation. A golden rule is, just pressing <Enter> always works, and
> inexorably leads towards the actual SmartEiffel installation. When no default is
> provided (between brackets), the <Enter> key will just leave everything
> unchanged and get you back to the previous menu.
> 
> As training, you'll be asked to press the <Enter> key to gain access to the
> main menu ;-)
> 
> If you have problems, please contact the SmartEiffel team:
>   - either by mail:  SmartEiffel@loria.fr
>   - either by using the bugs database: http://SmartZilla.loria.fr
> 
> 
> Press the <Enter> key: 
> Don't forget that rule: the <Enter> key ensures that SmartEiffel will eventually
> get installed.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>    Operating system: UNIX
>    Configuration file name: /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/sys/system.se
> 
> 1. Define the OS, the configuration file, the default directories and loadpaths
> 2. Choose the C compilers and options for each C mode
> 3. Display the configuration information
> 4. Write the configuration file to disk
> 5. Install SmartEiffel
> 6. Exit
> 
> h. Help
> 
> Your choice [5]: Renaming /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/sys/system.se to /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/sys/system.se~
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>    Operating system: UNIX
>    Configuration file name: /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/sys/system.se
> 
> 1. Define the OS, the configuration file, the default directories and loadpaths
> 2. Choose the C compilers and options for each C mode
> 3. Display the configuration information
> 4. Write the configuration file to disk
> 5. Install SmartEiffel
> 6. Exit
> 
> h. Help
> 
> Your choice [5]: 
> 
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> You are about to start the SmartEiffel installation.
> Just one last thing, though...
> 
> The default installation C mode is boost.
> Please either type <Enter> to go on, or choose a new C mode now.
> 
> Summary of gathered options:
>   - C mode:     boost
>   - C compiler: gcc
>   - C options:  (compiler) -pipe -O2
>                 (linker)   
> 
> Here we go!
> 
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c22.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c29.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c19.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c13.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c26.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c20.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c33.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c6.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c35.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c38.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c32.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c14.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c17.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c23.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c24.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c36.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c2.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c21.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c5.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c10.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c27.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c11.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c4.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c34.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c12.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c16.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c8.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c18.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c7.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c9.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c15.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c30.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c31.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c28.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c37.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c3.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c1.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c25.c
> gcc -o compile_to_c compile_to_c[1-9].o compile_to_c[1-2][0-9].o compile_to_c3[0-8].o -x none -lm 
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile_to_c -boost -no_gc -o compile_to_c compile_to_c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c22.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c29.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c19.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c13.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c26.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c20.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c33.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c6.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c35.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c38.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c32.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c14.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c17.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c23.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c24.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c36.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c2.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c21.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c5.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c10.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c27.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c11.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c4.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c34.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c12.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c16.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c8.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c18.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c7.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c9.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c15.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c30.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c31.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c28.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c37.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c3.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c1.c
> gcc -pipe -O2 -c -ansi -x c compile_to_c25.c
> gcc -o compile_to_c compile_to_c[1-9].o compile_to_c[1-2][0-9].o compile_to_c3[0-8].o -x none -lm 
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile_to_c -boost -no_gc -no_split -o compile compile
> C compiling no-split compile
> gcc -pipe -O2 -o compile -x c compile.c -x none -lm 
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile_to_c -boost -no_gc -no_split -o clean clean
> C compiling no-split clean
> gcc -pipe -O2 -o clean -x c clean.c -x none -lm 
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/clean compile_to_c
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/clean compile
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/clean clean
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -no_split -o finder finder
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -no_split -o ace_check ace_check
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -no_split -o print_jvm_class print_jvm_class
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -o short short
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -o class_check class_check
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -o pretty pretty
> /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/bin/compile -boost -no_gc -clean -o compile_to_jvm compile_to_jvm
> Done.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
>    Operating system: UNIX
>    Configuration file name: /tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1/sys/system.se
> 
> 1. Define the OS, the configuration file, the default directories and loadpaths
> 2. Choose the C compilers and options for each C mode
> 3. Display the configuration information
> 4. Write the configuration file to disk
> 5. Install SmartEiffel
> 6. Exit
> 
> h. Help
> 
> Your choice [6]: 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Thank you for installing SmartEiffel. Enjoy!
> 
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/buildd/smarteiffel-1.1'
> touch build-stamp
>  fakeroot debian/rules binary
> dh_testdir
> dh_testroot
> dh_clean -k
> dh_installdirs
> # Installing package
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel
> cp -a bin lib short debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel
> rm -f debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/README.txt
> rm -f debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/gcc
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys
> cp -a sys/runtime debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/smarteiffel
> cp -a man misc tutorial debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/smarteiffel
> mv debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/smarteiffel/man debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/smarteiffel/html
> install -m 644 tutorial/ace/template.ace debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel
> for FILE in debian/doc/*.uu; \
> 	do \
> 		uudecode $FILE -o debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/smarteiffel/html/`basename $FILE .uu` || exit 1; \
> 	done
> # Installing configuration
> sed -e "s,%SmartEiffel%,/usr/lib/smarteiffel," debian/conf/serc > debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/system.se
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/etc
> ln -s ../usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/system.se debian/smarteiffel/etc/serc
> echo "linux.c"  > debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/gc
> echo "gcc-3.4 -pipe" > debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/compiler.se
> echo "./" > debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/loadpath.UNIX
> for DIRECTORY in `ls lib`; \
> 	do \
> 		echo "/usr/lib/smarteiffel/lib/$DIRECTORY" >> debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/sys/loadpath.UNIX || exit 1; \
> 	done
> # Installing binary links
> mv debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/compile debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/se-compile
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/bin
> for FILE in  debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/*; \
> 	do \
> 		ln -s ../lib/smarteiffel/bin/`basename $FILE` debian/smarteiffel/usr/bin/`basename $FILE` || exit 1; \
> 	done
> # Installing manpages links
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/man/man1
> for FILE in clean.1 compile_to_c.1 compile_to_jvm.1 finder.1 pretty.1 print_jvm_class.1 se-compile.1 short.1; \
> 	do \
> 		ln -s smarteiffel.sh.1.gz debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/man/man1/$FILE.gz || exit 1; \
> 	done
> # Installing wrapper scripts
> install -d -m 755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/bin
> install -m 755 debian/wrapper/smarteiffel.sh debian/smarteiffel/usr/bin/smarteiffel.sh
> install -m 755 debian/wrapper/selib2html.sh debian/smarteiffel/usr/bin/selib2html
> install -D -m 755 debian/wrapper/deb_hooks.sh debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/short/html_deb/deb_hooks.sh
> # Installing documentation
> cd debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/short/html_deb && \
> 	./deb_hooks.sh
> #cd debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel && \
> 	#mkdir -p debian/smarteiffel/usr/share/doc/html/base && \
> 	#../../bin/selib2html -e show -s html_deb ../../share/doc/smarteiffel/html/base
> find debian/smarteiffel -type f -exec chmod 0644 {} \;
> find debian/smarteiffel -type f -name *.sh -exec chmod 0755 {} \;
> find debian/smarteiffel -type f -name *.SH -exec chmod 0755 {} \;
> chmod 0755 debian/smarteiffel/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/*
> dh_testdir
> dh_testroot
> dh_installchangelogs
> dh_installdocs
> dh_install
> dh_installmenu
> dh_installman --language=C
> dh_link
> dh_strip
> dh_compress -Xusr/share/doc/smarteiffel/html -Xusr/share/doc/smarteiffel/misc -Xusr/share/doc/smarteiffel/tutorial
> dh_fixperms
> dh_installdeb
> dh_shlibdeps
> dh_gencontrol
> dh_md5sums
> dh_builddeb
> dpkg-deb: building package `smarteiffel' in `../smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb'.
>  dpkg-genchanges
> dpkg-genchanges: not including original source code in upload
> dpkg-buildpackage: binary and diff upload (original source NOT included)
> Copying back the cached apt archive contents
>  -> unmounting dev/pts filesystem
>  -> unmounting proc filesystem
>  -> cleaning the build env 
>     -> removing directory /var/cache/pbuilder/build//23025 and its subdirectories
> Current time: Wed Aug 15 05:15:55 UTC 2007
> pbuilder-time-stamp: 1187154955
> Checking smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb for stripped binaries...
> ---------------------------------------
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/compile_to_jvm: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/ace_check: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/finder: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/class_check: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/pretty: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/print_jvm_class: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> /tmp/smarteiffel_1.1-12_i386.deb/usr/lib/smarteiffel/bin/short: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.6.8, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
> 
> ...done
> Removing result files...
> ...done
> ******************************************************************************
> Finished with status POST_BUILD_FAILED at 2007-08-15 05:17:46.645511
> Build needed 0:36:31.302465

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