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Non-free question regarding upstream releasing different binary-only tarballs for different architectures

Hi there.

I currently maintain rar and unrar-nonfree in debian.

When uscanning for the latest version of rar - it started to download
the x64 version, which I haven't seen before.

Anyway - It seems that upstream are now packaging a i386 binary, and an
x64 binary.

I'm not too sure how I should handle this, currently - I've been using
ia32-libs for x64... but with the new tarball, I don't know if I can do

I'm also pretty sure that the licence doesn't let me do a
"tarball-in-tarball" thing (orig.tar.gz has to stay the same)

Any thoughts?

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