[aur-general] A bit strange - unusual packages
l.jirkovsky at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 13:22:30 EDT 2014
CCed to the maintainer of these packages.
lib32- prefix is used for the 32bit packages that are meant to be used
with 64bit Arch, ie. with arch=('x86_64'). However, all your
lib32-distrho-* packages are arch=('i686'). You should provide only
one package that is arch=('x86_64' 'i686') for this.
You can use conditions in a PKGBUILD, if you need to use different
sources for i686 and x86_64.
I will delete the lib32-distrho-* packages in a few days.
On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 12:26 AM, Rob Til Freedmen
<rob.til.freedman at gmail.com> wrote:
> These packages are a bit strange in that they install binaries for
> x86_64 with following PKGBUILD's
> and x86 binaries with these PKGBUILD's
> Both groups install binaries to /usr/lib/lv2/
> My understanding of lib32 packages are that they provide 32bit
> libaries in a x86_64 environment installed to /usr/lib32,
> eg arch=('x86_64') but installing to /usr/lib32
> Source code is provided (with a small update) - for which I've created
> They correspond to distrho-git which builds separate packages for lv2,
> dssi etc.pp.
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