[CentOS-devel] tcl8.6 build fails
jens.neu at biotronik.com
Thu Jun 27 10:38:15 UTC 2013
I'm trying to build tcl8.6.0 which some developers want/need. Took the
spec file from srpm, and updated to 8.6 as such:
What I did:
- updated version to 8.6.0
- disabled sdt
- disabled patches for 5.8.x
- changed configure options (s/disable-threads/enable-threads/)
and gave it a try.
it builds fine, works as far as %install, does the "for i in *.h" (line
104) and gives me a
RPM build errors:
Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.Fxgmu1 (%install)
now, what puzzles me:
1) the exit status does not give me a line or something what failed
2) the rpm-tmp.Fxgmu1 looks good from inspection
3) sh -x /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.Fxgmu1 runs happily and performs as expected.
4) rpmbuild -vv does not give any more clues as without.
ideas anyone how to debug further?
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