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Re: Any "efficient" way to specify target arches?

Rogério Brito wrote:

> Hi there.
> Just a quick question: how does one would specify that a given package
> should be compiled in all but a small set of arches?
> Of course, I could list all the supported arches (instead of "any"), but
> this has an annoying drawback: arches change names (e.g., arm), new
> arches are included (avr32), etc.
> I have one package that is primarily intended for Linux arches and,
> thus, I would like to specify something like:
> Architectures: all [! kfreebsd-i386, ! kfreebsd-amd64, ! hurd-i386]
> but I suppose that that's not really allowed (is it?).
> I just read the policy, but this wasn't addressed there.

I don't think there is a general way to do this, but for your particular 
case (restricting to linux), you can use Architecture: linux-any

I don't remember if dak accepts it, though. It's worth trying.

Felipe Sateler

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