|Subject:||Re: RFA: [guile] Header inclusion update [Error building project using gnustep-guile]|
|Date:||Sat, 05 Apr 2003 22:07:58 +0200|
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Adam Fedor wrote:
David Ayers wrote:I know, but I was thinking that links are imlemented as copy. And since the copy of the headers would be done "after-all:" it should not affect the build porcess of the (sub)library but make the headers (and yes the *.m files and all the rest also) available for the other projects. An alternative would be to only create real directories on all plattforms and only copy the headers there. Does that sound better?I'm pretty sure you have to do the copy explicitly. See core/base/Makefile.postamble for how it's done in base.
Yes you're probably right. Even if ./configure mapped LN_S to cp -R on windows Windows (I didn't check if it does), it might very well drop into a recursion error when cp -R .. gnustep/guile... so I will change that.
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