On Sat, Nov 03, 2001 at 04:15:45PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr wrote: > * Siggi Langauf <email@example.com> [20011103 13:09]: > > I haven't received an answer on this question yet, so my guess is that > > xine is not wanted on mips and I'll have to change the architecture from > > "any" to something like "alpha arm i386 ia64 m68k powerpc sparc". > > Don't do that(tm). You'll also find that changing the architecture line doesn't magically let the package in. > xine-lib is not built on mips because it's waiting for libasound2-dev > to be built on mips. xine-ui is not built because it needs xine-lib. and libasound2-dev doesn't build most anywhere... > Yup, the changelog of xine-lib says: > > | xine-lib (0.9.2-3) unstable; urgency=high > | * removed build-dependancy on libasound (useful on i386 only) libasound1, however, is useful and works. BTW, if you want to build with libasound2 on i386, use an arch specific build-dep (libasound2-dev [i386]) > Siggi, once Ryan removes the Dep-Wait, xine-lib and xine-ui will get > built on mips and mipsel. Please don't switch to arch: any. From, you mean... -- Ryan Murray, Debian Developer (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) The opinions expressed here are my own.
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