Re: Will noarch packages "inherit" ExcludeArch from another noarch package

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On Tue, Sep 12, 2023 at 10:03 AM Lyes Saadi <lyessaadi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have a noarch package which faces an issue with one of its arches
> (s390x), and which happens to have multiple noarch packages depending on
> it, and they won't build either if they were built on that same arch
> (but, they will still work normally when installed on that arch). And
> so, I plan on adding an ExcludeArch, as per
> But, I don't know if I need to also ask maintainers of every dependency
> to add ExcludeArch themselves. Indeed, the guideline says :
>  > You can limit both the architectures used to build a noarch package,
> *and the repositories to which the built noarch package will be added*
> So, am I correct in assuming that if my noarch package uses ExcludeArch,
> every other dependent package, when building, will not build on that
> Arch as well ?

You will indeed have to ask the maintainers of consuming packages to
add that ExcludeArch too.  What package is it and what is the nature
of the problem on s390x?  Maybe it can be fixed.
Jerry James
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