Hi Axel!

Axel Beckert:
> Running
> $ reprotest 'dpkg-buildpackage -b' 
> ../debian-paketmanagement-buch_0\~2016.06.29_all.deb
> from a git checkout of commit 5f069a920df4e6f20a8eb9309c20c39ad60e6132
> under X to see if my $SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH implementation in that commit is
> working correctly.
>    * What was the outcome of this action?
> Two GUI popups from ebook-convert (from the package calibre) moaning
> about non-existent $HOME and hence unreadable $HOME/.config/…
>    * What outcome did you expect instead?
> No interactivity, especially no GUI interactivity at all.
> Unsetting $DISPLAY should this issue.
> (I'm not sure if setting and not setting $DISPLAY is or should be one of
> the not explicitly listed variations. But since I got that popup twice,
> I assume not.)

I don't think this is a bug in reprotest. As far as I can see by looking
in dpkg source tree, `dpkg-buildpackage` doesn't do anything to the
DISPLAY variable etiher. So I would assume building the package might
fail just as well without reprotest. If building the package requires to
unset DISPLAY, I think this should be done in `debian/rules`…

One take though, maybe reprotest should ensure that $HOME is set to an
existing (temporary) directory; other building tools might get unhappy.

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