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Re: Question: Windows Build - feature branch, lib directory


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Question: Windows Build - feature branch, lib directory
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 12:45:25 -0400
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I moved this discussion to bug-cvs too.  Development discussion should
stay on bug-cvs.

Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>The Windows build cvsnt.dsp and lib/lib.dsp files distribute
>the build of lib/*.c files between them.
>
>Could someone shed some light on the reasons for the current
>state of distributed build of lib/*.c files?
>
>If the current state is a work in progress could someone shed
>more light on what the final goal looks like?


As no one has been spending much time maintaining these build files, I
would say that they don't have very well-defined goals.

To adapt the style we have been using for UNIX build files, I would say
that it would be best if the local build file in any given directory too
as much responsibility as possible for building files in its directory.
When in doubt, please look at what the UNIX build files are doing and
try and mimic the behavior as much as possible.

Derek

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