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Steps to Reproduce:
1. download code from https://github.com/beautify-web/js-beautify
2. see there is also python library of the same
3. see that it is not packaged by the package
python part of the code is not packaged
package should provide all the possible use-cases from the same source to avoid duplication of packages/sources.
This would be useful for at least mitmproxy and bluefish, which have the library currently embedded.
They must not be built from the same source since the nodejs package needs to be ExclusiveArched and cannot be overridden in pythonx- subpackages.
Then perhaps the nodejs package should be sub-package?
I do not see how to make *only some* subpackages ExclusiveArch'd. I tried this:
and if I set arch_override = ppc64 (where the Python package should build fine), the build fails:
Am I missing something?
If you add some conditional to skip build the node code in ppc?
run python code
no run nodejs code
Perhaps try %ifarch/%ifnarch rather than ExclusiveArch?
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