On Tue, Sep 2, 2008 at 5:01 PM, Xavier <email@example.com> wrote:
> And just for clarification, this looks like a very special bug which
> appears only under some special circumstances. That is why it is very
> difficult to reproduce. And that is why I had to ask everyone if they
> can check whether it is reproducible on their system.
> In other words, it will go fine for most people. We are only
> interested by the few cases where it does not go fine
Ok, I think you can forget about this problem, it is likely just an
user (developer?) mistake which was already made before :
That is, don't use the -d flag which skips all the dependency
checking, otherwise you are asking for troubles.