[pkg-wine-party] Build Wine on 64Bits

Maxime Lombard berillions at gmail.com
Sat Aug 4 15:47:52 UTC 2012

2012/8/4 Hilko Bengen <bengen at debian.org>

> * Maxime Lombard:
> > I must to create a 32bits system with debootstrap for exemple to
> > compile and build wine without problem...
> That's certainly the saner approach. For actually building packages,
> you may want to consider sbuild.
> As Wheezy is frozen, i use actually this file<http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/pool/main/w/wine-unstable/wine-unstable_1.5.6-2.diff.gz>to create the debian folder and package Wine (I package myself wine 1.5.10)
 but to create the .deb, i use dpkg-buildpackage in a chroot (Sid 32Bits).
Which is the difference between these 2 apps ?

> What specifically don't you like about Multiarch? I find that it solves
> the 32/64-bit problems with Wine quite nicely. And it also makes it
> possible to build co-installable packages for a WoW64 setup. (This may
> be done after the wheezy release.)

Yes, it solves more problems but it's not fully implemented and i don't
know if it will be implemented at 100% when Wheezy will release.
I'm interested by WoW64 Setup but how create Wine package when you can't
build 32Bit wine on Debian 64 ? (Like i said in my fisrt message, I can't
build wine 32Bits because it don't find 32Bits libs dev...

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