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Hi Guix!

While investigating a libstdc++.a reproducibility issue, I found that libto=
ol prior to 74c8993c (first included in version 2.2.7b, link: https://git.s=
19738402f30) did not sort find output. It seems that many packages (includi=
ng all released gcc versions so far) are bootstrapped with a libtool < 2.2.=

There are probably many ways to approach this, and I propose that we could =
simply use a somewhat strict regex find and replace on

Would love feedback and better ideas!

Carl Dong

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Subject: bug#40459: Acknowledgement (Non-reproducible behaviour in libtool
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