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Prior to this change, some packages (at least Ansible for example) would failto build with an error like: starting phase `wrap'find-files: /gnu/store/va1qkgv1qwv1hy6iynzjafqshakqkjs7-ansible-2.8.1/sbin: Nosuch file or directory That directory in the store contained a 'bin' directory, but not an 'sbindirectory, and 'find-files' throws an error in that case. * guix/build/python-build-system.scm (list-of-files): Handle case in which directory passed as argument does not exist.--- guix/build/python-build-system.scm | 8 +++++--- 1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
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Ah, my apologies, I seem to have been a bit too trigger-happy with thispatch - it doesn't entirely solve the issue I was running into. The'wrap' phase succeeds at this point but the 'fix-symlinks' phase stillfails. I'm not sure what the underlying issue here is yet, but*something* changed recently as Ansible builds succeeded not too longago... closing this one out though.