Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Re: moving libraries to multiarch locations and adding the M-A: same attribute

lightdm has multi-arch support in trunk - this will go into x-series.

On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 2:25 AM Matthias Klose <[email protected]> wrote:
Hi,

I initially started looking at cross-building openjdk-8 and openjdk-9, seeing
that I need get a large number of gnome library packages ready for multiarch.
I'd like to start with this at the beginning of the x-series, preparing the
patches in Ubuntu, and then forwarding these to Debian.

I then looked what libraries are left in /usr/lib on a typical desktop
installation, and found some more.  Attaching the list of source packages which
build such library packages.  Conversion of these packages to multiarch packages
improves the cross-build experience, so maybe it's not good enough to set as a
release goal, but if anybody wants to help with these updates, please join.
Feel free to subscribe me to bug reports proposing patches for packages.

bind9
brasero
evince
evolution-data-server
g15daemon
ghostscript
gnome-bluetooth
gnome-control-center-signon
gnome-menus
gssdp
gtkglext
gtk-vnc
gucharmap
gupnp
hplip
hyphen
jigit
libabw
libbs2b
libburn
libcdaudio
libcdio
libcdr
libcmis
libdmapsharing
libe-book
libecap
libeot
libetonyek
libexttextcat
libfreehand
libgnomekbd
libgtop2
libical
libisofs
libkate
liblangtag
libmimic
libmspub
libmwaw
libnatpmp
libodfgen
libopenobex
liborcus
libpagemaker
libpeas
libsexy
libunity-webapps
libutempter
libvirt
libvirt-glib
libvisio
libwpg
libxklavier
libzeitgeist
lightdm
lirc
m17n-lib
meanwhile
metacity
nautilus
neon27
netcf
pidgin
pocketsphinx
pygobject-2
rhythmbox
sphinxbase
srtp
tbb
telepathy-mission-control-5
texlive-bin
totem
unity
unity-settings-daemon
vte2.91
vte3
whoopsie
xapian-core
xserver-xorg-video-intel
xserver-xorg-video-openchrome
yelp
zbar


Matthias

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