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Re: definition of noarch



On Sun, 10 Feb 2002, paul company wrote:

> Does noarch mean that the package is completely platform (architecture)
> independent?

Yes.

> If so, does that mean that the package is pure data (docs, fonts etc.)
> and no binary.

Yes. It can contain executables (e.g. shell scripts or other script 
languages), but not binaries.

> Does it mean that the package builds on all platforms?

Yes.

LLaP
bero

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