Heads up: More Noarch Subpackages
ffesti at redhat.com
Sat Feb 14 11:31:19 UTC 2009
As the amount of packages that can easily turned into noarch subpackages is
not that high I was curious where all these possible noarch files are. Then
I realized that I was already collecting this data[*] and I just have to
print it out. The result is a list of packages that would be worth splitting
into an arch dependent and a noarch subpackage (e.g. -data or -common).
Details are described on.
There also is a list of all x86_64 packages sorted by owner that shows how
much content is arch dependent and how much is not.
[*] Yes, I should finally get my statistics script ready and published.
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