* Reiner Herrmann <rei...@reiner-h.de> [2015-10-26 12:05]:
If you look at the page of an affected package , you can find a diff
of the logs between both build . There you won't find the build id,
but the cause of the binary variation:
-Copying directory (., /tmp/oct-RnOahg)
-make: Entering directory '/tmp/oct-RnOahg/src'
+Copying directory (., /tmp/oct-KZzyZE)
+make: Entering directory '/tmp/oct-KZzyZE/src'
In the diff of the compiled binary packages  you can then see that the
"Build ID" is differing:
│ │ │ │ │ - Build ID: 5f46757a2de5cce2303368e1b8490fabc2278a5f
│ │ │ │ │ + Build ID: fed8cdbc88dc2ce89aecf63b89d0e7083d987aa0
I hope this helps you.
Thanks, this is exactly the information that I needed. I think I found a
fix for this issue by making a change in the octave-pkg-dev package .
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