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[bug #12401] framework fails to build if FRAMEWORK_NAME contains - or +

From: matt rice
Subject: [bug #12401] framework fails to build if FRAMEWORK_NAME contains - or +
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 11:54:34 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, bug #12401 (project gnustep):

I only noticed this while I was converting my local copy of gnustep-base and
gnustep-gui to frameworks, and before I'd changed their names to Foundation
and AppKit,

in general I would say no, we don't need to support the -/+ in framework
names, though i'm not a big fan of 'exceptions to the rule'

could this be made a property list which gets copied into the framework? 

another example where I think the current solution weird is i have a program
to create a graphviz graph of a class heirarchy from a shared library, and
when run on a framework one has to tell it to ignore this class..

anyhow, minor stuff, easiest just to not allow +/-


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