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Re: build without gnustep-make

From: Helge Hess
Subject: Re: build without gnustep-make
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 23:08:55 +0200

On Aug 30, 2006, at 15:40, Axel 'Mikesch' Katerbau wrote:
Newer XCode versions try to be nicer with their project files in this regard 1). As far as our experience goes, yes, it's much better now. Changes can be merged automatically by cvs or svn most of the time and even manual conflict solving has become much (!) easier.

Ah, thanks, you remind of the other HUGE disavantage of Xcode :-) The format changes with every single revision more or less prohibiting mixed version development.

This would be a really good application of proper XML. It can't be so hard to write a project parser/serializer which emits a sensible XML format representing the actual project structure. And one which could probably converted to (gstep) makefiles easily.

Anyway, thats just Xcode arghhhhh stuff and doesn't really belong on this list ;-)

Helge Hess

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