[PD] Some confusion about linux amd64-64 and linux amd64-32 in deken, and what are all the possible variations?

José de Abreu abreubacelar at gmail.com
Mon Dec 27 20:26:58 CET 2021

Thanks for all inputs (and merry christmas to all), i will try to look at
deken sources and see if i can do something to auto generate the table
using some modified deken output, i may came in the next days with more

btw my list was all by "human parsing" the first 40 entries of deken in
alphabetical order, lol (and i know there are way more than 100 packages in
deken...) but indeed doing this by hand is bad... i will try to learn how
to do this parsing http get request to deken server, and write the
descriptions in separate

Em dom., 26 de dez. de 2021 às 09:28, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>

> On 12/26/21 13:20, IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
> > different architectures possible for the
> > packages, as i checked by now (not an exhaustive search) there is at
> least
> > 8 for linux, (amd64-32, amd64-64, i386-32, arm64-32, armv6-32, armv7-32,
> > armv7-64, armv7l-32)
> indeed not very exhaustive.
> i wonder how you obtained this list.
> i know at least of one package that claims to provide binaries for
> Linux/alpha/single precision, Linux/s390x both single and double
> precision, and Windows/x86 double precision.
> mgfds
> IOhannes
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