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Re: What *target* use for non-source files want to add to package like D
Re: What *target* use for non-source files want to add to package like DATA?
Wed, 30 Apr 2003 13:33:23 -0400
On Tue, Apr 29, 2003 at 09:23:02PM -0700, address@hidden wrote:
> my_datadir = $(pkgdatadir)/blah
> dist_my_data_DATA = datafile1 datafile2 datafile3
> EXTRA_DIST = $(dist_my_data_DATA)
> When I compile from top of source tree, it crashes at this
> data directory with the message,
> "No rule to make target `all'."
A stab in the dark: Automake uses "_" to delimit subfields within
macro names, so perhaps the extra one in "my_data" is confusing
it. See if this works better:
> mydatadir = $(pkgdatadir)/blah
> dist_mydata_DATA = datafile1 datafile2 datafile3
> EXTRA_DIST = $(dist_mydata_DATA)
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|-_|/ > Eric Siegerman, Toronto, Ont. address@hidden
| | /
My Wine works. However it crashes about half the time on startup.
Apparently their simulation of windoze API is getting too accurate. :)
- Kyle Sallee