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Re: mono-2.4 and ppc64 status

On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 12:06 PM, Xavier Lamien
<laxathom fedoraproject org> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 11:36 PM, Toshio Kuratomi <a badger gmail com> wrote:
>> Mono-2.4 has been built for ppc64 in F11 and devel.  So people should be
>> able to start rebuilding packages to include ppc64 as well as the other
>> arches.  There's a few wrinkles to watch out for:
>> 1) Packages with dependencies will have to be built in dependency order.
>>  For instance, a lot of packages depend on the gtk-sharp2 bindings and
>> those haven't been built yet.
>> 2) Because of the imminent release of F11 we're in a freeze state.  This
>>  means getting dependencies into the Fedora11 buildroot will require
>> people to request tagging explicitly.  This also means that if you
>> rebuild your package for F11 with ppc64 support and later you have to
>> get this package tagged into the release, all of the packages it depends
>> on will need to be tagged in as well (otherwise your ppc64 build will
>> have broken deps).
>> With these in mind, I'd recommend people start rebuilding their mono
>> packages on ppc64 in the devel branch.  Keep track of the dependency
>> chain you encounter.  Then perform your builds in the Fedora 11 branch
>> as updates after the release.  I'm not a mono-sig member, though, so if
>> you guys decide something else makes sense, just be sure to come up with
>> a plan so we don't release with a bunch of broken dependencies.
>> -Toshio
> gtk-sharp2 has been built for ppc64 and tag has been requested.
> other packages will be rebuild once gtk-sharp2 tagged.

Heads up,

gtk-sharp2 has been tagged and the following packages
has been rebuilt for ppc64 availability.
The list is a bit short for now as many of them need gnome-sharp (tag requested)

avahi-0_6_25-2_fc11 (including sub-packages)

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