Michal Vyskocil napsal(a):
On Wednesday 30 of September 2009 12:39:15 Michal Marek wrote:
Petit Eric napsal(a):
I forget to ask about RpmSpecManager and SyntaxHighlighting too :-) which are MonoOSC dependency's
Is there a reason why the packages aren't noarch?
Yes, the reason is the AOT - Ahead Of Time - compile. Explanation from Mono Packaging Guidelines 
""" The main reason for this is that mono can ahead-of-time compile its assemblies into ELF shared objects. These AOTs have to exist in the same directory as their DLL/EXE counterparts otherwise mono cannot use them. Even if we, as packagers, choose not to create the AOT files when we build the mono rpms, the system administrator can choose to create them after install. Since there's no way to place the mono assemblies into an arch independent directory and the AOTs into arch dependent directories, the whole thing has to go into an arch dependent tree. """
We have noarch mono packages in Factory. Are these broken then?