On Wed, 25 May 2011, Sergio Cipolla wrote:
> Hi, I don't know what a clean build is. But I've been installing LXDE from
> source these days in Debian Sid.
> They have all built fine, the latest code of the cited apps included.
> The only exception was when I configured libfm with --enable-gtk-doc but
> then I'm not sure if that's right as it has already --enable-gtk-doc-html
> Not all have WORKED fine though but that's another issue (bugs were reported
> to lxsession and lxpanel).
> Sorry Martin, posting to the list now.
It's all right. Do you want me to repost my reply to the list or will you
forward that? It explains that we both know what a "clean build", just
that we use different words for it.
As I told I am using Stable and have tried to upgrade to testing but that
won't solve the fails. The segmentation fault in gpicview is one of them.
http://buildbot.lxde.bsnet.se/one_box_per_builder is fairly obvious in
what components have issues.
Click the number.
Click the stdio for the failing step to see the output.
All component are built the same way:
- git checkout
Every single step should be green (they can be gree, yellow and red -
yellow means warnings but no fails, red is fail and green is clean/ok).
Bruce Schneier's name appeared in EBCDIC in the output of /dev/random every time there was a full moon. Even after they changed the RNG algorithm.