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Re: pcsc-lite and ccid backports: where is source?

Follow link, go to debian/, select file, find revision 20608 'Add multi-arch support' log entry, click 'diff to previous xxxxx' link

Or use this link to see all the changes in that revision:
[text changed] will show you the file's diff

Have you read this page, which is very informative on the changes required for multiarch?

You won't easily be able to make a single package that compiles as multiarch for wheezy+later and not for squeeze+earlier. Probably it's possible from rules in debian/rules to create the install files if you *really* had to do it. But that wouldn't be the standard way...

The normal procedure would be to create the multiarch version for wheezy/sid, and when backporting to squeeze revert those changes in the ~bpo60 version. Remember your squeeze and wheezy versions of the packages should not have the same version number, or they won't get upgraded to the multiarch version when upgrading squeeze->wheezy. That is the purpose of adding ~bpo${debian_release}+${build_int} to the version number when creating the backport, to make the backport an 'earlier' version.


On 6 November 2012 22:44, Jean-Michel Pouré - GOOZE <jmpoure@gooze.eu> wrote:
Le mardi 06 novembre 2012 à 21:37 +0000, Steven Ayre a écrit :
> Did you try clicking on the debian folder at that link?

Yes, I did and I cannot find the changes:

  * Revert multiarch changes:
            - use pre-multiarch paths in debian/*.install
            - drop Multi-Arch control field

Anyway I can always look at an older package without multi-arch.

Kind regards,
                  Jean-Michel Pouré - Gooze - http://www.gooze.eu

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