[PD-dev] MARCH in Deken file name

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Sat Apr 28 23:13:37 CEST 2018

On 04/28/2018 02:04 AM, Thomas Mayer wrote:
> Hi,
> what should the string for MARCH be in the deken file name for Intel
> compatible processors, the deken documentation is unclear here:
> - 64 bit: amd64 or x86_64?
> AFAIK both mean the same thing, but are used in different contexts, most
> Linux distros use amd64, while on Windows x64 (Visual Studio) and x86_64
> (MinGW) are used, no idea about Mac.

use "amd64" (although "x86_64" is allowed as well, the former is more
concise and used by the 'deken' cmdline utility)

> - 32 bit: i386 or x86?
> Linux distros use i386, Windows x86, no idea about Mac.


ideally, you should just (be able to) use the "deken" cmdline utility,
which will figure out the architectures by itself.
(it can also generate an objectlist, a gpg signatures and a sha256 hash
file; and upload everything)


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