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Re: gnustep-make and test-lib

From: Chris B . Vetter
Subject: Re: gnustep-make and test-lib
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 09:20:26 -0800

On Mon, 18 Mar 2002 09:57:18 +0300
Sir Raorn <raorn@binec.ru> wrote:
> I think I've found bug in gnustep-make ;-)

I ran into two problems last night, though it's not really a bug, more
like a missing feature (or maybe I'm just overlooking something?):

/path/to/GNUstep/System/Makefiles/rules.make should define MAKE and
point either to make(1) or gmake(1) - depending on which you need to
use (eg. gmake(1) on BSD).
The reason is that, for example clean and distclean on Pantomime bails
out, as those are defined as

                cd charsets ; make clean
                cd Testing ; make clean

                cd charsets ; make distclean
                cd Testing ; make distclean

in Pantomime/GNUmakefile.postamble. Should use ${MAKE} instead.

The gnustep-make package should also define -D<system> somewhere, to
make system dependent #include/import a bit easier.
(eg, Linux seems to define AF_INET in <netdb.h> while on BSD it's in 
<sys/socket.h> ...)


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