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There are many packages I can't be rebuild for CentOSStream since fews
days. I've found this in some logs :
annobin: handlereg.c: ICE: The size of the global_options structure has changed - please rebuild annobin
annobin: handlereg.c: ICE: Please contact the annobin maintainer with details of this problem
annobin: handlereg.c: Build time size: 0xef0 run time size: 0xf00 (64-bit host)
I've checked that annobin-8.90 has been pushed in CentOS Stream since few days.
Thanks in advance to look at, I have some cool stuff to achive.
today I marked mageia-6-x86_64, mageia-6-i586 and opensuse-leap-15.0-x86_64
chroots as EOL in copr. Those most probably didn't build anyways due to various
reasons. Be prepared to receive automatic emails that your built packages
are to be deleted...
Please move to `mageia-7` and `opensuse-leap-15.1`. The `opensuse-leap-15.2`
config is already merged in mock upstream, but it is not yet release. Once we
have it released, I'll enable that as well.
Sometime (about 1 on 2) I get this:
[paul@localhost rpkg1]$ rpkg build pauld/7kaa
Écrit : /tmp/rpkg/7kaa-3-3s2ohmxc/7kaa-2.15.3-105.src.rpm
Uploading package /tmp/rpkg/7kaa-3-3s2ohmxc/7kaa-2.15.3-105.src.rpm
|################################| 46.9 MB 251.8 kB/s eta
0:00:00Request is not in JSON format, there is probably a bug in the
Failed to execute command.
It seems to be quite random... could redo the same command without
changing anything and expect it to run fine this time.