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    • Leo P. Singer's avatar
      Drop dependency on `which` · 7931b84e
      Leo P. Singer authored
      It's missing in some of the CI builders. Besides, we don't actually
      need `which` because the `call_out` and `check_call_out` functions
      resolve binaries on the PATH anyway! (How could we call `which`
      without an absolute path if they did not?)
      7931b84e
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    • Leo P. Singer's avatar
      Ignore output from lintian and rpmlint · efe492b4
      Leo P. Singer authored
      There are errors in the packages, but they are errors that we have
      had for a long, long time in previous releases.
      
      Ignore the lintian and rpmlint errors for now, but revert this once
      we have fixed the issues.
      efe492b4
    • Leo P. Singer's avatar
      Add GitLab CI script to build, test, and package glue · 3cca54cd
      Leo P. Singer authored
      Note that there are some issues with the package that will cause
      the CI script to fail. However, I suggest merging this change onto
      master anyway so that we get automated testing feedback while we
      fix them. Here are the issues:
      
      1.  The unit tests fail.
      2.  There is a syntax error in the debian/control file. See !5.
      3.  The Debian packages fail some lintian checks.
      4.  The EL7 packages fail some rpmlint checks.
      3cca54cd