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Damian Mihai Liviu wrote:
The spec file is almost untouched (added BuildArch:
i686, Packager: me and
Don't do that !
Never, ever write "BuildArch: i686" in the spec file
That's something you pass as an option to rpmbuild:
rpmbuild -ba --target=i686 ...
The "BuildArch:" directive in the spec file has precedence over the --target
parameter of rpmbuild
(!!). This means that your spec file would always result in RPMs built for i686 (even if
on x86_64 or ppc, never mind what --target= parameter you pass to rpmbuild).
The only exception to that rule is when you write a spec file for a package where all the
architecture-independent (e.g. most Perl or Python modules).
In that case, you _must_ write this:
-o) Pascal Bleser http://linux01.gwdg.de/~pbleser/
/\\ <pascal.bleser(a)skynet.be> <guru(a)unixtech.be>
_\_v FOSDEM 2006 -- 25+26 February 2006 in Brussels
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