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Is there any tutorial to submit applications in multiple architectures ?

  • if only one architecture is submitted, I guess 64 bits is recommended today ? (do we have stats on how many users use 32 vs 64 bits ?)
  • do we need to create 2 apps with 2 different package and version names ?
  • do we have to take into consideration multiarch ?

Other tips appreciated :)

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I submitted 32 bit package and source code, They built 64 bit package for me :) – Tachyons Nov 15 '12 at 9:31
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If you are submitting free open source applications to the Application Review Board they require a Launchpad PPA, if you are submitting to the commercial MyApps developer program a tar/zip file with both 32 and 64-bit versions is best.

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