I think it should at least follow the same convention as XZ: T with no numbers
mean autodetection (its okay if 0 means that too). This seems to silently
change XZ behavior too which is not okay.
We'll need some sort of resource manager (no matter how crude) in rpm sooner
than later to handle this sort of stuff, but in the meanwhile I think a first
step towards sanity could be axing the crazily complicated logic from XZ and
simply limit threading to 64bit platforms. And with that, it should be possible
to refactor this to use common logic for this and the XZ case.
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