[Fontconfig] prebuilding 32-bit caches on a 64-bit system

Keith Packard keithp at keithp.com
Mon Jan 8 20:41:25 UTC 2018

Michael Pardee <groovix.org at open-sense.com> writes:

> Is there any better method of pre-generating 32-bit caches on a 64-bit
> system?

I've come up with a scheme for the debian fontconfig package that
installs a shell script as /usr/bin/fc-cache and then the binaries in
architecture-specific directories. The shell script loops over the
available binaries. That's pretty debian-specific.

We could probably install fc-cache as /usr/bin/fc-cache-<arch> using the
already defined cache architecture extension and then use a similar script?

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