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Bug#923197: protobuf: Enable and fix for !linux

Source: protobuf
Version: 3.6.1-3
X-Debbugs-Cc: debian-bsd@lists.debian.org, debian-hurd@lists.debian.org

For some reason, the "solution" for #837310 was to restrict protobuf to
build only on Linux architectures. That doesn't solve anything other
than remove the red on the buildd.d.o pages. Lots of packages out there
need protobuf to build. Please reinstate the architecture list as
Architecture: any immediately, as this is not a valid reason to restrict
the architecture list, and either debug the issue yourself on a
porterbox or let somebody else do it. Architecture: foo (where foo is
neither any nor all) should *only* be used when a package has large
quantities of architecture-specific code and porting it would be a
serious undertaking (generally kernels, compilers and low-level system
libraries). As a porter it is far more useful to have packages like this
in Build-Attempted/Failed than in Not-For-Us, since the latter are far
less visible at a glance. I also see no attempt to contact either the
GNU/Hurd or GNU/kFreeBSD porters.


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