Package Details: lib32-libdovi 3.3.0-1

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Package Base: lib32-libdovi
Description: Library to read and write Dolby Vision metadata C-API (32-bit)
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Licenses: MIT
Submitter: quietvoid
Maintainer: quietvoid
Last Packager: quietvoid
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First Submitted: 2023-05-27 11:59 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-03-23 17:51 (UTC)

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quietvoid commented on 2024-04-12 13:28 (UTC)

As intended. The package can't have side effects so you need to setup the toolchain.

silentnoodle commented on 2024-04-12 13:13 (UTC)

FYI, had to run rustup target add i686-unknown-linux-gnu for this to build

oxalin commented on 2024-03-02 17:29 (UTC)

Most of the time, what I've seen is to have a dependency on the native package. This way, the header files are installed for both packages.

libtiff and lib32-libtiff seem bad examples. libtiff drops all its header files under /usr/include without using any subdirectory, which could be conflicting with other header files of the same names.

lib32-libtiff already has a dependency on libtiff, so the header files are redundant. At least, they are into their own subfolder.

But thank you for moving the files under their own subdirectory so they won't conflict with the native package.

quietvoid commented on 2024-02-28 12:45 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-28 12:48 (UTC) by quietvoid)

There aren't really guidelines on handling lib32 includes, so I just moved them to libdovi32.
Most packages do remove them but I do have lib32-libtiff installed that keeps them.
Rather have functional headers than not.

oxalin commented on 2024-02-28 06:53 (UTC) (edited on 2024-02-28 07:00 (UTC) by oxalin)

Hi. There are conflicting files with the native package. Could you add and comment out the following at the end of

package() {


rm -r "${pkgdir}"/usr/include

# install -Dm644 LICENSE "${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/libdovi/LICENSE"


And I think you could remove conflicts=('')