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Author christian.heimes
Recipients Arfrever, christian.heimes, glaubitz
Date 2021-02-15.10:39:37
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> That's an argument I have personally never heard before and I have been dealing with a lot of architecture support in many packages.

I opened this ticket after a user told me that they grepped the source code of Python, found the string "s390", and concluded that s390 is still supported by us.

This ticket is really just about s390. I said that we *might* want to remove other platform at a *later* point. For now I don't mind to keep them. We could also put unsupported platforms behind a --enable-unsupported-platforms guard. The option would allow you to compile on retro platforms and serve as indicator that the platform is not supported by us.
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