[mono-packagers] The $(prefix)/usr vs $(libdir) argument

Paul paul at all-the-johnsons.co.uk
Sat Nov 29 12:16:54 EST 2008


> He probably meant AOT, not JIT.  In practice AOT is not used but in
> principle it's certainly arch-dependent.  I believe Paolo was in the
> $(libdir) camp IIRC.  The discussion is certainly worth having.

Um, when we build for fedora, JIT is used which is why we need to have
them in /usr/lib64 rather than /usr/lib. While I agree that the
assemblies are independent (I can run something on my x86 box under
Win32 and x86_64), where they are put is important.

I agree with Andrew, we need to discuss this properly so that things
don't get messed up on people's boxes.


(trying to fix MD 1.9.1 so it ships in the correct libdirs for fedora)
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