Portage warns about pre-stripped files being installed into the image directory; this is a bad thing since it makes Portage's splitdebug feature useless, and it stops the users and the developers from looking into backtraces with full debug information available.
For the developers going to look into it, what you have to look out for, to
find what is stripping the files, is one of these conditions:
- explicit "strip" command run on the produced files;
- "install -s" command to install the binary files;
- "-Wl,-s" flag passed during linking
Remove the "strip" commands, remove the "-s" option at install, and remove
"-Wl,-s" and the problem should be gone.
There is no packages using hmake in tree, it does not compile with recent ghc. Cabal infrastructure is a de-facto standard for building haskell packages.
I suggest to remove hmake.
I agree in removing it.
Last update is hmake-3.14 from 2008-05-21 where they fixed building with ghc 6.8. The previous release was to make it build with ghc 6.6. Seems like it's not very active, and we have no packages that depend on it.
(In reply to comment #2)
> I agree in removing it.
> Last update is hmake-3.14 from 2008-05-21 where they fixed building with ghc
> 6.8. The previous release was to make it build with ghc 6.6. Seems like it's
> not very active, and we have no packages that depend on it.
Stabilizing sandbox (bug 338113) I stumbled upon the build failure mentioned in bug 241624 (almost 2 years old and unable to build this package without tricks).
I also say remove, unless someone wants to fix it soon (but I guess nobody cares).
hmake was removed from portage