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Re: Why not /usr/bin64?

2006/1/17, Michael A. Peters <mpeters mac com>:
On Mon, 2006-01-16 at 10:49 +0100, Rudolf Kastl wrote:

> Actually the only package i know where this would make sense is WINE.
> 32 bit compiled wine runs 16/32bit win binarys
> 64 bit compiled wine runs 64 bit win binarys
> actually though i dont think its worth to have another binary dir.
> just packaging it to another %{name} is sufficient in my eyes.

That's what pango does for pango-querymodules

It has %{_bindir}/pango-querymodules-{32,64}

If this is needed for wine, perhaps an RFE for that needs to posted in
the Extras wine component.


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its needed once i got it building for x86_64 completly and i am in contact with the maintainer for wine in extras. Just wanted to actually state the obvious since there are cases where 32 bit and 64 bit binaries make sense to be parallel installed.
Rudolf Kastl


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