Enable riscv64 for ppa:xypron/nezha

Asked by Heinrich Schuchardt

Please, enable the RISC-V build architecture for ppa:xypron/nezha.

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Heinrich

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said :
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Done.

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Heinrich Schuchardt (xypron) said :
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Hello Colin,

thanks for adding the flag. But the ppa only builds amd64 though
debian/control has 'Architecture: all'.

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Heinrich

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Colin Watson (cjwatson) said :
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"Architecture: all" means that the source package is *built* on a single architecture (typically amd64) and that build is then *published* for all architectures. If you want it to be built separately on all supported architectures, use "Architecture: any".

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William Grant (wgrant) said :
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If you do want a single binary across all architectures, which is not uncommon for firmware, you should either use a cross-compiler or, if that's not possible, set `XS-Build-Indep-Architecture: riscv64` to hint where the `Architecture: all` binary should be built.

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