Re: ocamlopt issue
Ralf Treinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 10:09:29PM +0200, Jérôme Marant wrote:
>> Ocamlsdl needs ocamlopt and it seems that ocamlopt is not
>> provided by all architectures (not suprisingly).
>> So what is the best way to handle this? Should I specify
>> all the architecture providing ocamlopt in the Architecture:
> Aren't these exactly the same architectures than those that have the
> ocaml-native-compilers package? In this case a build-depends on
> ocaml-native-compilers might do the trick, though it is not exactly
> in the sense of policy.
Well, I don't need native compilers to build the package, so
build-depending on such a package may not help at all.
Furthermore, I don't know how autobuilders behave when some
dependencies are unmet: is the package not considered for
the given architecture or is it considered as a failure?
BTW, native compilers run on:
ocaml-native-compilers | 3.04-13 | unstable | alpha, arm, i386, powerpc
I've seen many more supported architectures in ocaml CVS (ia64, parisc),
where have they gone ?
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