After 4.4 has been released and we have migrated to the new osx64 build environment, targeting OS X 10.6, we should:
1) Remove the osx32 environment
2) Remove code for OS X 10.4 in the ctc tree.
All the OS X 32-bit stuff has been removed from cenbuild and ctc. Upstream projects like tigervnc still carry some pre-10.6 code, but that might be premature to remove.
Verified that our buildsystem doesn't have traces of osx32 / i686-apple-darwin8.
Our buildserver still have osx32 package installed
Urgh. There is a bad dependency from the osx64 arch on osx32 packages as well that's preventing cleanup.
The problem was the cendio-cliendeps package which had a few osx32 deps hardcoded. This was cleaned up and a new package was built and pushed to chavez.
yum remove *osx32*
Did remove the osx32 related packages without removing any dependencies.
Verified that build system is up-to-date and that there are no traces of osx32 packages / env.