I tried to build an "i386" package which contains subpackages which are
Hence I added "BuilArch: noarch" to the "%package" section of each
corresponding subpackage. This results in all packages beeing "noarch".
So I tried to say "BuilArch: i386" for the main package and all
subpackages beeing i386. This resulted in all packages beeing "i386".
Summary: It looks like rpm takes the first "BuildArch" it finds and
uses it for ALL (sub)packages.
BTW: Why do I have to specify "Group" for each package?
By design, rpm permits only one architecture per spec file parse. That
means that you are forbidden to have noarch sub-packages of a arch specific
Group tag is similarly (i.e. by design) required.
Why does rpm permit only one architecture per spec file parse? this makes
absolutely no sense to me!
I have a package which has ~100MB. About 60MB thereof is additional
documentation. I want to split off the additional documentation since
it eats up space and is by no means neccesary to run the software.
Since the doc is "noarch" why should'nt I be able to tell rpm that it is!?
Again this "feature" makes NO sense to me. Please change it.