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Mon, 15 Oct 2001 12:53:56 -0700
On Mon, Oct 15, 2001 at 03:43:54PM -0400, Dale E Martin wrote:
> > > And I also have a fallback that can use an environment variable PCCTSROOT:
> > That's not too bad. What would be cool is if pccts installed a pkg-config
> > specification.
> I don't know what you mean by this, but if I knew I could probably help
> make it happen upstream. Could you elaborate for me?
This is what glib/gtk+ are using now.
> > i'm just using C (not C++). Is there really that much boilerplate support
> > code to justify creating a library?
> Well, there are a few files and they have to be compiled. In my mind that
> justifies a library. Otherwise everyone handles this problem slightly
> differently - either copying the code in and getting out of sync from time
> to time, or something else.
> > Dunno. i'm pretty satisfied already.
> Yes, the current Makefile seems to work fairly well - it's just the lack of
> a standard place for the headers and the "precompilable" stuff that is the
> minor annoyance I see. A "make install" could address both of those
Hrm. How about automake support?
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