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The run started on 11/19/2021, 12:10:26 AM and took 46 seconds. The installation packages came from the sid distribution for the amd64 port.

Your hints from Lintian version 2.112.19 are below. We use semantic versions. The patch number is a commit step indicator relative to the 2.112.0 release tag in our Git repository. You can find the Lintian sources used for this run at commit 02df726.

We used the following command-line options:

--dont-check-part cruft --display-info --display-experimental --pedantic --display-level +classification --show-overrides --exp-output format=json

The exit status was 0.

  • libcsirocsa0_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # The csirocsa library is an external library, whose source code is included in PLplot. Fixing this problem is impractical.
      O exit-in-shared-library usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcsirocsa.so.0.0.1
  • libcsironn0_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # The csirocsa library is an external library, whose source code is included in PLplot. Fixing this problem is impractical.
      O exit-in-shared-library usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcsironn.so.0.0.2
  • libplplot-ocaml_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
  • libplplot-ocaml-dev_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
  • libplplot17_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # False positive: mem.so does not use libc directly
      O library-not-linked-against-libc usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plplot5.15.0/drivers/mem.so
      • # False positive: null.so does not use libc directly
      O library-not-linked-against-libc usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/plplot5.15.0/drivers/null.so
      • # The PLplot library allows the user to define their own exit_handler function and, therefore, bypass the call to exit()
      O exit-in-shared-library usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libplplot.so.17.0.0
  • libplplotada3-dev_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
  • libplplotada4.1_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
  • libplplotcxx15_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # "For C++ libraries it is often better not to ship symbols files." Reference: https://wiki.debian.org/UsingSymbolsFiles#C.2B-.2B-_libraries
      O no-symbols-control-file usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libplplotcxx.so.15.0.0
  • libplplotqt2_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # "For C++ libraries it is often better not to ship symbols files." Reference: https://wiki.debian.org/UsingSymbolsFiles#C.2B-.2B-_libraries
      O no-symbols-control-file usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libplplotqt.so.2.0.3
  • libplplotwxwidgets1_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # "For C++ libraries it is often better not to ship symbols files." Reference: https://wiki.debian.org/UsingSymbolsFiles#C.2B-.2B-_libraries
      O no-symbols-control-file usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libplplotwxwidgets.so.1.2.2
  • libqsastime0_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # The csirocsa library is an external library, whose source code is included in PLplot. Fixing this problem is impractical.
      O exit-in-shared-library usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libqsastime.so.0.0.1
  • plplot-driver-wxwidgets_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
  • plplot-examples_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x00:13] 'source x00.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x01:13] 'source x01.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x02:13] 'source x02.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x03:13] 'source x03.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x04:13] 'source x04.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x05:13] 'source x05.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x06:13] 'source x06.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x07:13] 'source x07.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x08:13] 'source x08.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x09:13] 'source x09.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x10:13] 'source x10.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x11:13] 'source x11.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x12:13] 'source x12.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x13:13] 'source x13.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x14:13] 'source x14.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x15:13] 'source x15.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x16:13] 'source x16.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x17:13] 'source x17.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x18:19] 'source -encoding'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x18:37] 'source x18.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x19:13] 'source x19.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x20:13] 'source x20.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x21:13] 'source x21.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x22:13] 'source x22.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x23:13] 'source x23.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x24:19] 'source -encoding'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x24:37] 'source x24.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x25:13] 'source x25.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x26:19] 'source -encoding'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x26:37] 'source x26.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x27:13] 'source x27.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x28:13] 'source x28.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x29:13] 'source x29.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x30:13] 'source x30.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x31:13] 'source x31.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x33:19] 'source -encoding'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x33:37] 'source x33.tcl'
      • # This is a false positive. Even though the tcl/x* files are shell scripts, the location where the 'source' command appears contains actually Tcl code.
      O bash-term-in-posix-shell [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/plgrid:7] 'source plgrid.tcl'
      • # These shebang paths are chosen on purpose for the example scripts.
      O example-unusual-interpreter /usr/share/doc/plplot-doc/examples/tk/xtk01 [usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/tk01]
      • # The repetition of path segment is intended.
      O repeated-path-segment cmake usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/cmake/modules/language_support/cmake/
      • # There are hardcoded architecture tuples in some of the Makefiles, what justify this new package being Arch:any.
      O package-contains-no-arch-dependent-files
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/plgrid.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/plgrid.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x00.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x00.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x01.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x01.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x02.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x02.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x03.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x03.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x04.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x04.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x05.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x05.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x06.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x06.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x07.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x07.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x08.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x08.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x09.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x09.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x10.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x10.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x11.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x11.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x12.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x12.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x13.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x13.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x14.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x14.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x15.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x15.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x16.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x16.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x17.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x17.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x18.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x18.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x19.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x19.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x20.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x20.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x21.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x21.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x22.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x22.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x23.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x23.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x24.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x24.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x25.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x25.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x26.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x26.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x27.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x27.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x28.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x28.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x29.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x29.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x30.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x30.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x31.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x31.tcl
      • # The duplication of files in examples/{tcl,tk}/*.tcl is done intentionally by the upstream authors.
      O duplicate-files usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tcl/x33.tcl usr/share/doc/plplot-examples/examples/tk/x33.tcl
  • plplot-tcl_5.15.0+dfsg-24_amd64.deb (main)
      • # The Tcl bindings package contains shared libraries by purpose.
      O package-name-doesnt-match-sonames libplplottcltk-Main1 libplplottcltk14 libtclmatrix10
      • # According to a comment in bindings/tcl/tclMain.c: // Rather than calling exit, invoke the "exit" command so that // users can replace "exit" with some other command to do additional // cleanup on exit. The Tcl_Eval call should never return.
      O exit-in-shared-library usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libplplottcltk_Main.so.1.0.1