> On Jan 14, 2020, at 08:00, Matthew Fernandez <matthew.fernan...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> >> On Jan 13, 2020, at 19:44, Adam Borowski <kilob...@angband.pl> wrote: >> >> On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 06:24:32PM -0800, Matthew Fernandez wrote: >>>>> * Package name : rumur >>>>> Version : 2020.01.11-1 >> >>> OK I think I’ve corrected this now. Adam (or any other brave soul), do >>> you have a chance to have another look? >> >> Alas, there's still one test failing: >> >> autopkgtest [04:41:21]: test librumur-api: [----------------------- >> + mkdir -p /tmp/autopkgtest.7g3QC1/autopkgtest_tmp/librumur-api >> + cd /tmp/autopkgtest.7g3QC1/autopkgtest_tmp/librumur-api >> + cat - >> + cat - >> + c++ -std=c++11 main.cc -lgmp -lgmpxx -lrumur >> In file included from /usr/include/rumur/rumur.h:22, >> from main.cc:4: >> /usr/include/rumur/scanner.h:7:12: fatal error: FlexLexer.h: No such file or >> directory >> 7 | #include <FlexLexer.h> >> | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~ >> compilation terminated. >> autopkgtest [04:41:22]: test librumur-api: -----------------------] >> autopkgtest [04:41:22]: test librumur-api: - - - - - - - - - - results - - >> - - - - - - - - >> librumur-api FAIL non-zero exit status 1 > > Thanks for another review and sorry for occupying yet more of your time. > > Is there a way to run autopkgtest myself? I was expecting pdebuild would do > it but I can’t find options for this. Are you running it locally or looking > at build server results somewhere? As far as I could tell, the build servers > don't run the autopkgtests until a sponsor uploads the package to NEW but > maybe I am mistaken. > > As for the present error, it looks like I want libfl-dev instead of libfl2. > Will fix.
OK, uploaded a new version with this fix. Please let me know if you have a chance to take another look.