Il looks like node-expand-tilde returns a directory which does not exist
(sbuild-nonexistent) at this line in
node-fined/test/utils/get-userhome-file.js:
var userHomeDir = expandTilde('~');

This in turn triggers the exception in the next line:
var userHomeFiles = fs.readdirSync(userHomeDir);

Google tells me that in an sbuild chroot HOME is indeed set to
/sbuild-nonexistent.

Node-expand-tilde has build and autopkgtests turned on, but they pass
because they do not check that the returned dir exist, only that they
are consistent !

I guess we have no choice but to disable build tests. I have done so in
the repo on alioth, autopkgtests are still on (although I had to disable
a few also related to tilde expansion).

Paolo

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