Each toolchain with their file
aleixpol at kde.org
Thu Oct 29 12:36:20 UTC 2015
On Thu, Oct 29, 2015 at 12:39 PM, Maximiliano Curia <maxy at debian.org> wrote:
> ¡Hola Aleix!
> El 2015-10-28 a las 16:33 +0100, Aleix Pol escribió:
>> Because these tools are never called as such, just triggered by the
>> toolchain when compiling other projects.
> Ok, right now, I think that the best option is to install the cmake files of
> Multiarch: foreing packages in a non arch specific path, this should allow
> use cases like using the x32 binaries even in foreign packages in an amd64
> system, as well as cross compiling.
> Otherwise you'll need to tweak the cmake module path (granted this is only a
> minor anoyance if you are cross compilling/porting a desktop environment to
> a phone).
> I would like to hear some feedback about this approach anyway.
> The plan would be to tag the packages that contain only dev tools (that
> produce an arch independant output) as Multi-Arch: foreign packages, the
> tools can be installed anywhere, but the cmake files that contain full path
> of the tools would need to be installed in a non arch dependant path.
> Happy hacking,
I don't really see why you want to change that. The KF5_HOST_TOOLING
variable needs to find the file anyway, so we're not going to be able
to skip the look-up specification anyway.
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