Yes, dependent packages should use %{fpc_arches}. FPC itself doesn't do that.

I imagine the reason is that this allows us to add new architectures to FPC and 
do some trial-and-error builds of FPC without affecting dependent packages - if 
FPC itself used %{fpc_arches}, then adding new architectures to FPC would 
require updating fpc-rpm-macros, and that would make all dependent packages 
fail to build, since the new-arch builds would fail with "Package not found: 
fpc" until we got FPC available on those.
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