Each toolchain with their file
aleixpol at kde.org
Wed Oct 28 12:01:40 UTC 2015
On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 10:06 AM, Maximiliano Curia <maxy at debian.org> wrote:
> ¡Hola Aleix!
> El 2015-10-27 a las 18:59 +0100, Aleix Pol escribió:
>>> I'm reconsidering this, having an m-a foreign package installing files in
>>> a m-a specific path sounds wrong. This should probably be an m-a: same
>> Sorry, I don't know what an m-a is.
> With m-a I'm refering to multi-arch (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MultiarchSpec),
> the same or foreign values refer to whether a package satisfies the
> dependencies only to packages of the same arch, or it satisfies dependencies
> to another arches as well.
> The tool is currently tagged as Multi-Arch: foreign but it's installed in a
> path of the form /usr/lib/$ARCH/libexec/..., that means that installing this
> package satisfies the dependency of any other arch, but, as far as I know,
> for any arch != $ARCH the libexec wont be found.
> On the other hand, setting the packages to Multi-Arch: same will allow
> installing the tools for more than one arch at the same time, and an armhf
> environment will use the lib-bin-dev:armhf tools while the amd64 will use
> the lib-bin-dev:amd64 version.
>>> Which issue are you trying to fix with this? Is there any real use case
>>> were you want the tools cmake file and it doesnt make sense to have the -dev
>> Same issue. In KConfig it's kconfigcompiler, in KCoreAddons is
>> desktoptojson, KAuth is kauth-policy-gen.
> I understand that, but currently all the cmake files are in the lib-dev
> packages and the tools are in the lib-bin-dev packages. The tools cmake
> files are only used if you want to use the contained cmake rules to build
> something else.
> And as you are building something, depending on the lib-dev is kind of a
> natural approach, while moving the cmake files might be "correct" it's not
> really neeeded.
> My guess it that you have been bitten by the Multi-Arch: foreign issue
> mentioned in the previous block.
> Happy hacking,
I'm unsure how to translate your answer into something that will solve
the issue at hand:
Installing libkf5coreaddons-dev installs the cmake file that points to
the tooling in armhf, while what we want is the tooling for amd64 (or
whatever we installed with libkf5coreaddons-bin-dev).
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