This series fixes a couple more reproducibility bugs: 1. The 'mandocs' target always creates dummy man pages in the source tree. Aside from their very existence being a nasty hack, and the wrong-ness of writing to the source tree, they contain a build timestamp and if we build a package of the source later it won't be reproducible. This moves them to the same place as all the other man pages are built.
(Moving the dummy man pages shouldn't cause a problem for reproducibility of the man page packages, because the dummies are in section 1 and not section 9. However the dummies still don't get cleaned properly.) 2. The current locale affects the encoding of HTML pages. With these patches (and the previous set) applied, Debian's package of Linux 4.2 became fully reproducible. v2: Rebase on 4.3-rc3. Add an explanatory comment to check-lc_type.c. Ben. Ben Hutchings (2): Documentation: Avoid creating man pages in source tree DocBook: Use a fixed encoding for output Documentation/DocBook/Makefile | 6 ++++++ Makefile | 2 +- scripts/Makefile | 7 +++++-- scripts/check-lc_ctype.c | 11 +++++++++++ scripts/kernel-doc | 9 +++++---- 5 files changed, 28 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-) create mode 100644 scripts/check-lc_ctype.c -- Ben Hutchings All extremists should be taken out and shot.
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