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Chris Lamb: Which packages on my system are reproducible?

As part of the Reproducible Builds effort I recently wrote a script to determine which packages installed on your system are reproducible or not:

$ apt install devscripts

$ reproducible-check
W: subversion (1.9.7-2) is unreproducible (libsvn-perl, libsvn1, subversion) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/subversion>
W: taglib (1.11.1+dfsg.1-0.1) is unreproducible (libtag1v5, libtag1v5-vanilla) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/taglib>
W: tcltk-defaults (8.6.0+9) is unreproducible (tcl, tk) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/tcltk-defaults>
W: tk8.6 (8.6.7-1) is unreproducible (libtk8.6, tk8.6) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/tk8.6>
W: valgrind (1:3.13.0-1) is unreproducible <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/valgrind>
W: wavpack (5.1.0-2) is unreproducible (libwavpack1) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/wavpack>
W: x265 (2.5-2) is unreproducible (libx265-130) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/x265>
W: xen (4.8.1-1+deb9u1) is unreproducible (libxen-4.8, libxenstore3.0) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/xen>
W: xmlstarlet (1.6.1-2) is unreproducible <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/xmlstarlet>
W: xorg-server (2:1.19.3-2) is unreproducible (xserver-xephyr, xserver-xorg-core) <https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/debian/xorg-server>
282/4494 (6.28%) of installed binary packages are unreproducible.

Whether a package is “reproducible” or not is determined from the Debian Reproducible Builds testing framework.

The --raw command-line argument lets you play with the data in more detail, for example:

$ reproducible-check --raw | dd-list --stdin
Alec Leamas <leamas.alec@gmail.com>
   lirc (U)

Alessandro Ghedini <ghedo@debian.org>

Alessio Treglia <alessio@debian.org>
   fluidsynth (U)
   libsoxr (U)

reproducible-check is available in devscripts since version 2.17.10 which landed in Debian unstable on 14th September 2017.

Source: Debian Planet

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