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Old 11-26-2019, 03:42 PM   #661
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Hey nobodino, I appreciate your build reports too. Are you still using Rust 1.39 and if so, did you try building Firefox again (ESR or otherwise) using it?

Once bitten twice shy for me, I tried it three times with failures in different parts (only the Error 101 "panic" once) with both my own bootstrapped Rust 1.39 and the slackware64-current package. I would imagine it looks like it's happening in different places because of parallelism but the end result is build failure. I have been sticking with Rust 1.38 because of that, and also I've noticed that anything compiled with Rust 1.39 is a bit larger.
 
Old 11-26-2019, 04:47 PM   #662
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message to Skaendo: there is no smiley, there are just the caracters '(' and ':' that appears in the errors messages, when combined gives the smiley. The messages I post just plain text. What I can do is just add the errors in a separate text file.
 
Old 11-26-2019, 05:13 PM   #663
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message to Skaendo: there is no smiley, there are just the caracters '(' and ':' that appears in the errors messages, when combined gives the smiley. The messages I post just plain text. What I can do is just add the errors in a separate text file.
The other option is to use the forum tags [noparse][/noparse]. This will prevent it from displaying smileys when the characters are present in the output. This makes it easily readable without needing to attach logs.
 
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Old 11-27-2019, 12:07 PM   #664
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done.
 
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Old 12-03-2019, 01:40 AM   #665
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regression test up to "Sat Nov 30 21:17:21 UTC 2019": (x86_64 version)
- a2ps: fail
- dconf: fail
- dconf-editor: fail
- amarok: fail
- plasma-nm: fail
- nm-qt: fail
- dnsmask: fail

some difficulties in building the new kernels-5.4.1 (new deps not completly eluded).
 
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Old 12-08-2019, 04:15 PM   #666
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regression test up to "Sat Dec 7 00:22:04 UTC 2019": (x86_64 version)
- a2ps: fail
- dconf-editor: fail
- amarok: fail
- plasma-nm: fail
- nm-qt: fail
 
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Old Yesterday, 01:49 PM   #667
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regression test up to "Sat Dec 7 00:22:04 UTC 2019": (x86_64 version)
- a2ps: fail
- dconf-editor: fail
- amarok: fail
- plasma-nm: fail
- nm-qt: fail
dconf-editor is compiling here on a native x86_64 system.
The amarok failure appears to be a problem with cmake that's been reported elsewhere (pthread ends up on the compiler command line instead of the expected -lpthread).

Thanks for your continuing efforts.
 
Old Yesterday, 02:00 PM   #668
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concerning dconf-editor:
What's disrturbing is the fact that it fails in both cases:
- in SFS (pure x86_64 system in chroot environment), which could be a pure SFS problem (that's not the case)
- and my own multilib x86_64 Slackware system


concerning amorok: I'll look forward.
 
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regarding a2ps this patch from Gentoo should do.

the issue seems to be described here.
 
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Old Yesterday, 10:27 PM   #670
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concerning dconf-editor:
what I did on my current system:
- rebuilt dconf
- upgradepkg ---reinstall dconf package
- rebuilt dconf-editor

And concerning dconf:
- the slackware binary package
- and the package issued from the the rebuilt

are not binary compatible from dconf-editor point of view.

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