On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 11:35:40PM +0100, steph5150 wrote:

> hi,

Hi!

> Proposal concerning jackd1 and libjack0 packages for amd64:

jackd1's libjack0 is part of ia32-libs.

The whole situation isn't really satisfying, given that we want users to
switch between jackd1 and jackd2 transparently.

In other words, we either need diversions and/or remove libjack0 from
ia32-libs.

Unlike jackd2, jackd1 doesn't have a builtin 32bit target on amd64, so
we'd need to create our own magic to build the corresponding library.

My gut feeling is that we shouldn't do this and wait for a sane
multiarch solution. AFAIK, it's currently being worked on.


Any input on this issue is highly appreciated. ;)


Cheers

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