On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 03:09:08PM +0200, Daniel Stender wrote:
> Hi,

Hi there! :D

> for the new python-requirements-detector I've got a UnicodeDecodeError in the 
> tests against
> Python 3.4 [1] from reproducible builds CI [2]. That usually points to the 
> locale set to some
> non-UTF-8 (like "C"), but which isn't the case here?

Yes, the first build is not done in a unicode (like en_US.utf-8).
Actually the locale is not set at all.

In fact I can get the very same error in my pbuilder on my notebook. I saw
somewhere (I don't really recall where/when) that something without any locale
setted picked up something near the standard C locale in situation like that.

The second build (which your package didn't even reached) is run with
LC_ALL=fr_CH.UTF-8 instead.

> Thanks for hints,

You're welcome, again thanks for caring! :)
You are also welcome to join us on IRC, #debian-reproducible @ OFTC

> [1] https://bugs.debian.org/790569

Thats, eh, wow!
Really, no need for such an high severity. We somehow builds stuff in weird
environments, not (yet) required by policy or the like.
Though, your call, and we're happy maintainers care about our project!

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