On 01/27/2015 07:03 AM, Bastien Nocera
Shouldn't they trigger abrt then? more importantly, is it possible
to capture that in the QA process during distribution composition? I
believe a lot of those warnings aren't environment dependent, but
rather would appear in a generic installation, so it would be
appropriate to detect them early and take some corrective
action---either block them or at least log bugs.
All those are warnings, not "garbage" or debug output. File bugs about those, there should be zero warnings in normal usage.
I think it should be a given that we do not install applications
that won't even properly start up. In the past I have reported/fixed
several bugs in less-important packages where the application would
not even start or crash on some basic functionality; I was never
sure whether autoqa could detect such errors. OTOH, I haven't seen
such basic failures in few recent Fedora releases.