#archlinux32 | Logs for 2023-04-21

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[15:41:24] <buildmaster> Hi abaumann!
[15:41:24] <buildmaster> !rq abaumann
[15:41:25] <phrik> buildmaster: <abaumann> "give developers mighty machines and trouble you have with software.."
[15:42:18] <abaumann> ConSiGno: wine has no special adaptions in https://git.archlinux32.org so it has not been tried to build sincd 2017.
[15:43:00] <abaumann> https://git.archlinux32.org is a tool like asp upstream, but it creates a combined PKGBUILD with upstream PKGBUILD, patches and Arch32 specific ones..
[15:43:00] <phrik> Title: asp32 - Archlinux32 fork of asp (at git.archlinux32.org)
[15:43:56] <abaumann> oh, wine is now only in multilib. nice.
[15:44:28] <abaumann> we don't build multilib packages with the buildmaster..
[15:44:35] <abaumann> ..this explains, why it is missing.
[15:46:38] <ConSiGno> well, if it helps I know it still compiles on 32-bit systems, I did it earlier this year for my NetBSD install :)
[15:47:01] <ConSiGno> and it still works pretty good! I was impressed.
[15:48:17] <abaumann> sure, the problem is more the upstream PKGBUILD which does a 32/64-bit mixed build.
[15:48:27] <abaumann> and it uses mingw-w64-gcc, urgh
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[16:57:34] <ConSiGno> yeah it's kind of a mess
[16:57:42] <ConSiGno> and the AUR package isn't any better
[19:05:26] <ConSiGno> I'm tempted to just build from source the old way and deal with the fallout later, I'm swapping HD's soon anyway
[19:05:38] <ConSiGno> I used to do that all the time
[19:05:49] <ConSiGno> yeah I'll just do that :V
[19:08:15] <KitsuWhooa> you don't even need to make install to use wine :p
[19:08:40] <KitsuWhooa> or at least, I don't think you do
[19:08:49] <KitsuWhooa> you can always use --prefix=~/wine_installation
[19:15:50] <ConSiGno> sadly the patches from chungy's AUR version break in some weird way
[19:16:02] <ConSiGno> I don't need anything patched we should just run straight wine with no issues
[19:16:13] <KitsuWhooa> why are you using the AUR one then?
[19:16:22] <KitsuWhooa> just get the upstream PKGBUILD
[19:16:49] <ConSiGno> it's largely the same thing
[19:17:56] <ConSiGno> yeah I already went through that too last night, very frustrating
[19:24:28] <ConSiGno> I appreciate y'all btw, I really like this distro...fork? variant? flavor? not sure what you would call it
[19:25:00] <ConSiGno> this is the closest I've gotten to a system that's usable without having to hammer at build scripts for hours
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[23:35:29] <ConSiGno> still compiling Wine from the source from winehq, it seems that the make flags were messing up with pkgbuild, it's getting a lot further into the code now