On 02-Sep-2016, Mattia Rizzolo wrote:
> [ adding reproducible-builds@ to the loop, after bouncing the first
> email ]

The bug also appears on the normal buildd hosts. Should we remove
<reproducible-builds@lists.alioth.debian.org> from the loop?

> This started to happen the 2016-08-27 with 0.10; the 2016-08-26 the
> version build happily succeeded (both in unstable/i386).

It is triggered by a change in the build system; earlier, it produced
only ASCII output. So the problem may have existed prior to 0.10 but
not been exposed.

> In the first build we export LANG=C, I wonder if that messes with
> python's encoding foo.

It could. Should that not be changed to ‘LANG=C.UTF-8’, since there
does not seem any good reason to avoid a Unicode locale?

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Ben Finney <bign...@debian.org>

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