On Friday 2019-10-18 10:44, Fabian Vogt wrote:
738494 from Neal will change %_libexecdir from
/usr/lib to /usr/libexec. This was proposed in July on the
This would break some packages like purpose, which call binaries
inside libexec from a libary which is 32/64-bit co-installable
What's the right way to handle that?
A 32-bit library can invoke(*) a 64-bit program with no problem.
Then you just need to make sure that these two entities live in
packages such that the combinations are always installable.
The current state in o:F/purpose suggests that said library package
will need to "Require: purpose" to get at the "purposeprocess"
(*) standard fork/execv approach. let's not consider the hypothetical
way of dlopening it ;-)
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