[pacman-dev] sourcing /etc/profile and set -e bug in makepkg
shiningxc at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 14:28:35 EDT 2008
On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 6:41 PM, Allan McRae <allan at archlinux.org> wrote:
> Wow, I am very, very impressed that you found this! It does seem
> bash-completion is broken but it does not appear to be developed upstream
> any longer. I wonder if there is a replacement project somewhere?
Well, it just took me 1 hour of adding debug statements everywhere :D
We don't even need to care about upstream, because the
/etc/profile.d/bash-completion.sh script in fault was made for Arch,
as far as I can tell.
So let's just fix that for now.
But on that note, I just noticed a very weird thing. The
bash-completion package is newer in the old cvs repo than in the new
I know this is offtopic here, but since this was made by both Dan and
Aaron, maybe one of them could take care of it?
Otherwise, I am willing to take the time to write a bug tracker if necessary
About upstream, there was apparently an attempt of Debian to take it over :
But the alioth page seems still empty, the code was not even imported :
I also found this, but well, no comment :
I can't even find the 20080705 version than Debian is using anywhere
else than on the debian package page :
In the bug report above, the last comment mentions this new project :
That could be a better replacement.
But anyway, as I said, this is not related to our problem.
> Despite locating the actual cause, I am still in favour of including the
> work-around in makepkg for robustness. Even though it was not makepkg's
> fault, it should not fail without any obvious cause like it currently is.
Hm yeah, that looks like a good idea indeed.
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