[patch] build openjdk-7 for x86_64-linux-gnux32
gnu.andrew at redhat.com
Wed Jan 15 12:07:47 PST 2014
----- Original Message -----
> Am 15.01.2014 17:50, schrieb Andrew:
> > Support for this came up a while back and I'm not sure what the point of
> > this would be.
> > Why would anyone on x86_64 want an x32 Zero build instead of the x86_64
> > JIT?
> I don't care who else does want it. It is needed to get the build
> fulfilled for a distribution. While we do have multiarch, we can't yet
> build-depend on packages of arbitrary foreign architectures. If other
> distributions can handle that, fine. But it is easier for me to provide an
> openjdk for x32 than to patch around 100 packages not to use openjdk.
Yeah, I get that. I have no problem with most of it as it doesn't affect anyone
else. My concern is removing the include line as we have a bunch of antique stuff
still building this (who also don't have things like LCMS2, GIO, etc.) that could
run into trouble. Is there any way we could ifdef it instead?
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