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[opensuse-packaging] Packaging issue / question for libproxy in Factory
  • From: "Dominique Leuenberger" <Dominique.Leuenberger@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2009 13:21:00 +0100
  • Message-id: <49A2A2BC020000290001146B@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi everybody...

I guess -packaging might be the best list to ask for this.

We have libproxy in factory. libsoup depends on it. libproxy is enhanced with
several plugins, which are installed by using 'Supplemnts:packageand()
tags. (package openSUSE:Factory/libproxy)

Everything works fine (so far)... now the tricky part:
libsoup exists as libsoup-32bit package (for compatibility).
It requires libproxy, thus it was created as baselib -> libproxy0-32bit

Not the real problem: how to get all the plugins also installed together with
libprox0-32bit? And how to have their Supplements: tag correctly

libproxy0-gnome has
Supplements: packageand:libproxy0:gconf2)

which results that libproxy0-gnome-32bit should get
supplements: packageand(libproxy0-32bit:gconf2-32bit)

Any tricks on how to achieve this ?

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