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Re: [Libcdio-devel] Add support for new arch 'ppc64le' in "libcdio" upst

From: ravi
Subject: Re: [Libcdio-devel] Add support for new arch 'ppc64le' in "libcdio" upstream package
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2013 12:21:53 +0530
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On 12/22/2013 03:26 AM, Rocky Bernstein wrote:
By "outdated libtool" do you mean something other than the libtool on
*alpha* that has yet to go into general release?
Im referring ""
  If so, you have a
somewhat odd meaning of "outdated".
Yes, you are right in a way.

Also, while on the topic of outdated, the current libcdio version is
release 0.92 which you can get from
I have verified "libcdio-0.92" and found that only "config.guess" file has "ppc64le" fixes. But not libtool.m4. So, is it possible for you to use the aplha libtool and spin off a new version of libcdio ? So that we can test libcdio package on ppc64le setup?

On Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 1:19 PM, ravi <address@hidden> wrote:

including mailing list ...

On 11/23/2013 11:52 PM, ravi wrote:


        We are in the process of adding support for new architecture
'ppc64le' (PowerPC 64 Little Endian) and as part of that, We have worked
with libtool maintainer to get alpha release (links below) that has all
the needed bits to support building on ppc64le.
A stable libtool release is expected by end of this year.

'libcdio' upstream package didn't build on 'ppc64le' system because of
libtool. hence we request you to use latest libtool alpha release and
spin off a new version of 'libcdio' package. so that we can test ppc64le

Latest 'libcdio' source package we picked is from :


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