[packman] Re : Re: Re : Is it possible to have a packman version for Tumbleweed for the Raspberry Pi 3/4 (aarch64)?
guillaume.gardet at free.fr
Wed Dec 2 13:44:48 CET 2020
----- Olaf Hering <olaf at aepfle.de> a écrit :
> Am Tue, 1 Dec 2020 10:56:20 +0100 (CET)
> schrieb Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet at free.fr>:
> > Any objections?
> The publisher may need adjustments, perhaps it has a fixed list of architectures.
No, currently mirrors take care of projects and repos only and that's why adding new architectures to openSUSE_Tumbleweed will just work, whereas nobody took care to add openSUSE_Factory_ARM in the past.
> It also means all 'openSUSE_Factory_ARM' *.repo files out there become invalid. The published directory may stay on the mirrors, unless someone removes it manually and the mirrors pickup this change.
No, it is not part of the mirrors, which was the original reason for this change.
> A number of pkg's may need adjustment in case they have special handling for a 'openSUSE_Factory_ARM' repository, but not for 'openSUSE_Tumbleweed' or 'arch='. Each one should probably be reevaluated if such knob is still justified.
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