Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Obsolete/MovedToTree/PackageManagement/HybridBuilds


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Aug 12, 2013 4:03:29 PM (6 years ago)
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    1010== General Requirements ==
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    12 1. Secondary architecture libraries and add-ons must live in respective <secondary_arch> subdirectory, where the runtime loader will only look when loading a secondary architecture executable.
    13 2. Secondary architecture development libraries and headers must live in <secondary_arch> subdirectory, where only the secondary architecture compiler will look for them.
    14 3. Secondary architecture executables must live in a <secondary_arch> subdirectory, which by default isn't in PATH. The executables can be symlinked to the primary architecture bin/ directory, using a symlink name that doesn't clash with the primary architecture executable's name (e.g. by appending to the name the secondary architecture name ("grep-x86") or the version, if that version isn't available on the primary architecture ("gcc-4")).
    15 4. Application directories should live in a <secondary_arch> subdirectory, unless the application can't be built for the primary architecture.
     121. Secondary architecture libraries and add-ons must live in respective "<secondary_arch>" subdirectory, where the runtime loader will only look when loading a secondary architecture executable.
     132. Secondary architecture development libraries and headers must live in "<secondary_arch>" subdirectory, where only the secondary architecture compiler will look for them.
     143. Secondary architecture executables must live in a "<secondary_arch>" subdirectory, which by default isn't in PATH. The executables can be symlinked to the primary architecture "bin" directory, using a symlink name that doesn't clash with the primary architecture executable's name (by appending to the name the secondary architecture name, e.g. "grep-x86"). If there isn't a corresponding package for the primary architecture, the executables may also live directly in the "bin" directory.
     154. Application directories should live in a "<secondary_arch>" subdirectory, unless there isn't a corresponding package for the primary architecture.
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