Re: Bug#252632: ITP: wmtemp -- WindowMaker dock applet displaying lm_sensors temperature values
Thiemo Seufer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
>> >> Just wait for multiarch. That will roughly tripple the number of
>> >> packages for biarch systems and quadruple it for triarch systems like
>> >> powerpc (with qemu for i386) or mips.
>> > How did you calculate this? AFAICS biarch will roghly see an increase
>> > of 100% (or 50% with source), and triarch 300% (or 200% with source).
>> Every lib has to be split. So say you get 33%-50% more packages for each
> Only if the lib package has both arch-specific and arch-independent
> files. For non lib-dev packages that's IIRC mostly the stuff in
> /usr/share/doc, which has to be handled differently then.
> So the 33%-50% figure seems to be a bit high.
You might be right. Lib packages should have the lib and the dev
package already and adding a dev-common would only be a 33% increase
then. Converting the -dev from arch any to all would be 0%
increase. But if its 225%-325% or 275%-375% or whatever its more than
double/tripple. Another dockapp won't make a dent.
At some point tools just have to use more efficient algorithms and
caching to avoid further slowdown.