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bug#31118: 27.0.50; Can't load/compile websocket in 32bit master

From: Paul Eggert
Subject: bug#31118: 27.0.50; Can't load/compile websocket in 32bit master
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2018 01:07:13 -0700
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Stefan Monnier wrote:
I fixed that by installing the attached into ELPA.

I can't build ELPA from scratch on master now, for other reasons. The build
fails as follows:

In toplevel form:
packages/counsel-ebdb/counsel-ebdb.el:29:1:Error: Cannot open load file: No
such file or directory, ebdb
make: *** [GNUmakefile:171: packages/counsel-ebdb/counsel-ebdb.elc] Error 1

Is anybody building ELPA regularly?

Yes, I do.  Not sure why you can't find ebdb since it's in elpa.git.
Have you added the .../elpa/packages to your package-directory-list?

No, I tried to follow the instructions in README <http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs/elpa.git/tree/README>. They say that to install all the packages "in place" (which I assume is the simplest way to build ELPA) one should run "make externals" first. This fails from a fresh elpa checkout as follows:

$ make externals
emacs --batch -l admin/archive-contents.el \
    -f archive-add/remove/update-externals
No "emacs" subdir: will skip :core packages
Cloning branch auctex:
fatal: Not a valid object name: 'origin/externals/auctex'.
Cloning branch ebdb:
fatal: Not a valid object name: 'origin/externals/ebdb'.

and no doubt this explains the problem. I charged ahead and typed plain 'make' which failed as I mentioned earlier. What am I doing wrong? Should the README be updated? (As you can probably tell I've never used ELPA, and I must say that the startup overhead is offputting.)

But I can tell you that the build fails a bit later because

     grep '#xffffffff' elpa/**/*.el

still finds other cases.
That command doesn't work for me:

$ grep '#xffffffff' elpa/**/*.el
grep: elpa/**/*.el: No such file or directory

And this one doesn't find anything for me, in the elpa directory:

grep -r '#xffffffff' .

Are we talking about the same repository? I'm using the Savannah ELPA repository under the emacs tree, as in the abovementioned URL.

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