[xmlsec] python-xmlsec tests fail with Python 3.10
aleksey at aleksey.com
Sun May 22 19:39:45 UTC 2022
I don't really have any knowledge about python-xmlsec and you should
probably reach out to the people who wrote/own it.
Said that, looking at the log file for the crash
> if (a->error == b->error)
which is about here:
Given that this happens deep inside OpenSSL and the only possible
explanation for the crash is corrupted ERR_STRING_DATA, my first
bet would be on issues with different version of OpenSSL used/loaded
by xmlsec and python at compile/runtime. I would double check the logs
to make sure that same version of all dependencies are used, check
My second bet would be on a memory corruption -- I would run valgrind
to see what I can find.
On 5/21/22 3:21 PM, Matěj Cepl wrote:
> we are switching openSUSE/Factory to Python 3.10 as default Python
> interpreter and one problematic package we have trouble to build is
> python-xmlsec (there are surprisingly many packages depending on it).
> Details are on https://github.com/mehcode/python-xmlsec/issues/210
> Do you have any idea what’s going on?
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