xine-lib is multiarch (has xine-lib.x86_64 and xine-lib.i386), yet the plugins
packages are only provided for x86_64.
The missing packages are:
Package rev: 1.1.12-2.fc8
True, but under what scenario(s) would one really want or need these? I can't
think of any off the top of my head.
32-bit apps can't use xine-lib-pulseaudio if you don't have the 32-bit version
ok, name one useful 32-bit xine-lib-based app? :)
fwiw, I acknowledge that the absense of the multilib-wise is a bug, I'm only
trying to gauge the severity/impact.
For example, I run 32-bit xine on 64-bit in order to be able to use 32-bit
codecs from another well-known platform.
fwiw, I've yet to find anything that xine-lib-extras-nonfree (from livna)
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CC'ing mash-d00d notting, can we get
added to be considered multiarch?
Given that we do gstreamer plugins, makes sense.
Will be in rawhide at some point.