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Re: building for 'any' architecture?



On Sun, 21 Sep 2008 13:41:31 +0200
Michael Renner <michael.renner@gmx.de> wrote:

> Moin,
> 
> I made a small package with some X fonts. First I extracted the fonts into a 
> directory, startet 'dh_make' and after some modifications in postinst etc I 
> run 'dpkg-buildpackage -d'. As far as I see is the deb-package ok. But it is 
> a i386 package, I expected a package for any architecture like xfonts-base.

Architecture: any - build a new package for each architecture.

Architecture: all - build the same package for all archs - _all.deb

If you build Arch: any, you get a .deb for your build architecture. If
uploaded, it will be built again for each port.

> I checked for the sting 'i386' in debian/, but I found nothing. So: where can 
> I control this?

If your package does not contain architecture-specific data, it should
be Architecture: all - most font packages would be 'all'.

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Neil Williams
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