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

Akira TAGOH akira at tagoh.org
Tue Jan 9 05:00:30 UTC 2018

On Tue, Jan 9, 2018 at 5:41 AM, Keith Packard <keithp at keithp.com> wrote:
> 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?

I did similar thing in Fedora to have both fc-cache-32 and fc-cache-64
installed all together and bring both up from the script if available
on the system. I think that works enough. is there any reaons we may
prefer using FC_ARCHTECTURE? I suppose we don't need to take care of
all of the combinations for the endianness and the double-alignment in
a script.


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