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Re: Multiarch, policy and cross-compiler libraries for non-Debian architectures

On Wed, 27 Apr 2011 18:44:39 +0200, Goswin von Brederlow <goswin-v-b@web.de>
> Stephen Kitt <steve@sk2.org> writes:
> > So if I understand things correctly that would mean using /usr/lib/win32
> > and /usr/lib/win64, regardless of the binutils/gcc triplet (which is fine
> > as
> If that is what dpkg-architecture outputs. The path should never be
> hardcoded.

That makes sense, of course.

> > Goswin, I take it you're advocating building _win32.deb packages (or
> > something similar) - is that correct? I didn't even realise that would be
> > possible without appropriate buildds... I know about “dpkg-buildpackage
> > -aâ€_ or “pdebuild --architectureâ€_ for local rebuilds, but would
> > rebuilding such a package be possible on the existing buildd network?
> No. You would still build a _all.deb. The debian/rules file would just
> ask dpkg-architecture what the right multiarch dir is for the win32 ABI.
> You can ask dpkg-architecture for information of an architecture other
> than what you are building for.

OK, thanks for clarifying that!



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