Re: Call for direction in the packaging of windows packages inside of debian and the running under wine.
Do we also need a sub-architecture, to differentiate
between native Win/32 apps, and those that have an
additional dependency upon, say, the cygwin1.dll file,
which translates most standard unix Kernel IO to
native Windows APIs, & vice versa??
On Sat, 21 Sep 2002 11:49:12 +0200, Hans-Georg Bork wrote:
>On Sat, 2002-09-21 at 01:17, Paul Baker wrote:
>> just a thought, but should we be qualifying an architecture in addition
>> to the win32? ex. gettext_0.10.40-5_win32-i386.deb. I say this because
>> you can installed NT 4.0 on mips, alpha, and powerpc in addition to
>> i386. So wouldn't that mean that debs would need to be compiled on
>> these other architectures for win32? I doubt that anyone would ever do
>> this, but shouldn't we account for the possibility?
>Yes, good thought. Let's hear what the community means, but I think that
>should be the way.
> -- hgb
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