i386 is a port, too (was: Re: choices for autobuilder, ...
thanks for your kind reply. I will definitely go for wanna build now.
On Fri, May 28, 1999 at 08:51:48PM -0400, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> * can't deal with, say, a maintainer uploading
> architecture-dependant packages for an architecture which isn't i386
> BTW, this last case may happen to me soon, as I move all of my work
> over to my new Ultra5.
!!! This gets more and more important. "Ports" are no longer ports anymore,
but primary development platforms for many people. It's important to raise
awareness of this.
It seems more people are needed to build i386 ports of packages.
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