[horde] building apache with php

Keith A. Chayer kchayer@bbcnet.edu
Sat Mar 10 02:33:29 PST 2001

Quoting Dan Brown <danb35@earthlink.net>:

> "Keith A. Chayer" wrote:
> > Just out of curiosity: I understand the i386 directory, but I've never
> > understood what the "noarch" stands for.  What's it mean?
> 	It mean "no architecture", and is used for things (like PHP scripts)
> that aren't dependent on any particular architecture (like x86, alpha,
> sparc, mips, etc.).  Nothing in horde/imp depends on any particular
> platform, so noarch is the appropriate designation.

Call me a moron; I thought about it a bit and realized that after I'd sent my 
message.  Never occured to me before, but now...heh.  Thanks for the info.


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