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Package: kile
Severity: important
Version: 1:1.9.3-4
User: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Usertags: qa-doublebuild

Hi,                                                                             
                                                                                
                                                              
                                                                                
                                                                                
                                                              
Lucas Nussbaum has rebuilt the whole archive on i386 and your package FTBFS if
built twice in a row with the following error:


rmdir: obj-i486-linux-gnu: Directory not empty
 make: [cleanbuilddir] Error 1 (ignored)
 rm -rf obj-i486-linux-gnu
 /usr/bin/make -f debian/rules reverse-config
 make[1]: Entering directory `/build/user/kile-1.9.3'
 for i in ./admin/config.guess ./admin/config.sub  ; do \
                if test -e $i.cdbs-orig ; then \
                        mv $i.cdbs-orig $i ; \
                fi ; \
        done
 make[1]: Leaving directory `/build/user/kile-1.9.3'
 if [ "reverse-patches" = "reverse-patches" ]; then rm -f debian/stamp-patched; 
fi
 patches: debian/patches/03_libtool_update.diff 
debian/patches/04_am_maintainer_mode.diff 
debian/patches/05_pedantic-errors.diff 
debian/patches/06_disable_no_undefined.diff 
debian/patches/07_remove_tips_cpp.diff 
debian/patches/10_tex_documentation_location.diff 
debian/patches/11_fifo_in_tmp.diff debian/patches/12_remove_kilespell.diff
 Trying reverse patch debian/patches/12_remove_kilespell.diff at level 1 ... 0 
... 2 ... failure.
 make: *** [reverse-patches] Error 1
 ******************************************************************************
 Build finished at 20070905-2104
 #### END OF BUILD NO 2 ####
 FAILED [dpkg-buildpackage died]
 Purging 
/var/lib/schroot/mount/sid32-63fc84c6-0faf-4131-969c-a11438d027a9/build/user/kile-1.9.3
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Not removing build depends: session managed chroot in use
 ******************************************************************************
 Finished at 20070905-2104
 Build needed 00:06:25, 80788k disk space
 DC-Build-Status: Failed 427.28709s
 mv: cannot stat `*.changes': No such file or directory
 mv: cannot stat `*.dsc': No such file or directory
 mv: cannot stat `*gz': No such file or directory
 mv: cannot stat `*deb': No such file or directory



The full build-log can be found at: 
http://people.debian.org/~lucas/logs/2007/doublebuild-09-05/failed-build-2/


About the archive rebuild: The rebuild was done on about 50 AMD64 nodes
of the Grid'5000 platform, using a clean chroot containing a sid i386
environment.  Internet was not accessible from the build systems. All
packages have been rebuilt twice in a row, with unpack, build, clean,
build.

Please read the mail of Martin Zobel-Helas on debian-devel [0], for a 
explanation 
for this mass bug filling.


[0]: http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2007/05/msg00490.html




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