[meego-packaging] Substitute use in ARM prjconf breaks package deps
csd_b at daudt.org
Mon Feb 7 16:03:46 PST 2011
2011/2/7 Jan-Simon Möller <jsmoeller at linuxfoundation.org>:
> Am Montag, 7. Februar 2011, 12:29:42 schrieb Anas Nashif:
>> On 7 Feb 2011, at 09:27, Jan-Simon Möller wrote:
>> > Am Montag, 7. Februar 2011, 10:08:13 schrieb Carsten Munk:
>> >> Hi,
>> >> # Substitute: doxygen doxygen-x86-arm
>> >> # Substitute: fdupes fdupes-x86-arm
>> >> # Substitute: findutils findutils-x86-arm
>> >> # Substitute: gawk gawk-x86-arm
>> >> # Substitute: patch patch-x86-arm
>> > Whohoo ... NEVER EVER use Substitute: for these cross-speedup packages.
>> > The design is explicitely for them to be "add-on" to the original package.
>> a *-x86-arm package requires the original package, so both are install using the substitute, but yes, the side effect is that it was pulled as runtime.
> Yes, but thats mangling the runtime dependencies.
>> > By using substitute *-x86-arm will be installed on the target as dependency.
>> > Going through the prjconf now ...
>> We need a better solution for this type of package then, we can have them in pre-install of course.
> We have the CB* flags for prjconf already; they even have more benefits.
> New version of prjconf in prep.
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