[pkg-wine-party] Wine and Debian-backports
mgilbert at debian.org
Wed Jul 11 20:40:53 UTC 2012
On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 4:32 PM, Berillions wrote:
> I try actually to create a package for wine 1.5.8 with the debian folder for
> wine 1.0.1-3 present in Stable (i create the Debian folder with the
> wine_1.0.1-3.1.diff.gz download on http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/wine.
If you're doing a backport to squeeze, you really shouldn't be
touching the 1.0 stuff at all.
I would also advise looking more at wine 1.4, since that's the version
presently in testing. Official backports need to come from testing.
Well its possible to backport from unstable, but its really
discouraged, and I think there is backports-sloppy for that.
> But, it seems that the rules file is very old to use with wine 1.5.8 source.
> So, I can use the wine_1.4.1-1.diff.gz to build my package after to modify
> this line :
> "MULTIARCH=y" by "MULTIARCH=n" ?
The multiarch conversion is not that simple. Anyway backporting
multiarch packages to squeeze is probably rather difficult.
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