Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 509303
imlib2-id3tag-loader should be multilib
Last modified: 2010-06-28 09:25:44 EDT
It's only provided for x86_64 currently.
What is the reason for imlib2-id3tag-loader to be multilib? I know of no dependencies that would not be met...
If imlib2 is multilib, that means I should be able to compile for i386 and also use i386 programs that link against imlib2 on an x86_64 box right?
Such an i386 program running on a x86_64 box might load an mp3 via imlib2, and the tags wouldn't be loaded because the plugin is not present.
It would work it if were an x86_64 program.
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