LibreOffice architecture support (was: Fwd: Plan to remove dead C++ UNO bridge implementations (bridges/source/cpp_uno/*))

John Paul Adrian Glaubitz glaubitz at
Wed Jan 11 18:25:39 UTC 2023

Hi Stephan!

On 1/11/23 08:21, Stephan Bergmann wrote:
> On 10/01/2023 19:57, John Paul Adrian Glaubitz wrote:
>>> (5) Presumably dead:
>>> * gcc3_linux_alpha
>> =>
> Thanks for those pointers.  Just to make sure, the latest line there being
>> 1:6.4.5-1 (sid)     Buildd exposure stats alpha     Maybe-Failed     2020-07-03 06:39:28     phys     18h 37m     9.48 GB
> means that that's a build of LO 6.4.5, right?  Are all those Debian Ports builds consistently lagging behind current LO master by N years?

No, that's not a consistent state but rather was due to various resource problems in the past.

I have actually started working these issues out now and as a first result, the latest version
of the libreoffice package was already built successfully on 32-bit PowerPC:


More architectures will follow within the next weeks. I will make use of the freed up time to work
on these issues to get LibreOffice building.

If it helps, please add myself as a code owner for the Debian Ports architectures. I am willing to
keep the stuff working together with the other maintainers in Debian Ports (and probably Gentoo).


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