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Re: Bug#671044: freedink: FTBFS[!linux]: too many args to install-reloc

From: Steven Chamberlain
Subject: Re: Bug#671044: freedink: FTBFS[!linux]: too many args to install-reloc
Date: Tue, 01 May 2012 21:36:06 +0100
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On 01/05/12 21:13, Sylvain wrote:
> (I see you understand the relocatable-prog module quite well, but I
> post this link for other people to understand how it works:)
> http://www.gnu.org/software/gnulib/manual/html_node/Supporting-Relocation.html#Supporting-Relocation

Ummm, not really, not before today :)  So thanks for the link!

> In the general case I guess that all systems using ELF and supporting
> rpath can skip the wrapper as well, but let's hear from the gnulib
> developers first :)

Someone more knowledgeable should really answer that...

But I thought my patch disabled the use of rpath on these platforms,
like Debian recommends in:  http://wiki.debian.org/RpathIssue

And so this makes install-reloc unnecessary, and the (working)
install-sh is used instead.

> I suppose the patch requires a re-bootstrap?

Yes I believe autoconf should be run so that ./configure is rebuilt
using the patched m4 script (for me this happened anyway during
dpkg-buildpackage, but I expect you will do this before uploading).

Steven Chamberlain

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