docbook and glibc breakage?
jskarvad at redhat.com
Mon Sep 27 18:58:19 UTC 2010
> All three of my newly released GNOME 2.32.0 projects failed to build
> on koji (f14) today:
> I've been told it's something to do with the way glibc decides to
> interpret posix rules for character classes, which seems to have
> broken grep.
> Can we revert the new glibc from the buildsystem please, until the
> breakage is fixed upstream. Thanks.
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AFAIK the following message from build log indicates incorrect regular expressions in docbook-utils:
> grep: character class syntax is [[:space:]], not [:space:]
The character class must be inside bracketed expression, thus double brackets, please see man grep. The new grep-2.7 checks for this common fault:
> grep now diagnoses (and fails with exit status 2) commonly mistyped
> regular expression like [:space:], [:digit:], etc. Before, those were
> silently interpreted as [ac:eps] and [dgit:] respectively. Virtually
> all who make that class of mistake should have used [[:space:]] or
> [[:digit:]]. This new behavior is disabled when the POSIXLY_CORRECT
> environment variable is set.
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