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[klee@mit.edu: Bug#10795: makefiles for nethack are i386-specific]

-----Forwarded message from Klee Dienes <klee@mit.edu>-----

Subject: Bug#10795: makefiles for nethack are i386-specific
From: Klee Dienes <klee@mit.edu>

Package: nethack
Version: 3.2.2

The makefiles for nethack assume that it is being built on an
intel-based machine (they use i486-whatever-gcc).  They should be
changed to use the standard gcc, or barring that, to detect the
architecture on which the package is compiled and use a different gcc.

-----End of forwarded message-----

  Okay, what's the recommended solution for this .. other than porting 
nethack over to use libc6 (which can't be done at the moment because of the
lack of a libc6 xpm library).  How does one detect the architecture of the
machine being used?

Paul Haggart - phaggart at cybertap dot com - Debian Linux - PGP 0xD61313E9
"I'll hit you so hard, when you fart your mom will think it's easter!!"
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