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Re: DTRT wrt authorship info + using examples in "make check"

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: Re: DTRT wrt authorship info + using examples in "make check"
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 00:22:58 -0700

   From: Martin Grabmueller <address@hidden>
   Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 19:39:53 +0200

   I just stumbled across a problem.  The examples in the box*
   directories contain Guile extensions written in C.  For simplicity I
   thought it'd be better not to build them by default, and they require
   an installed guile-config script to figure out the include/linker

wow, i see you are almost finished the job.  cool.

   Now I'm not sure how to handle this.  Should we build them by
   default, e.g. should `make all' build them?  Then the test scripts
   would be similar to those in `scripts'.  Or should they only built
   when `make check' is run?  Or should they not be run at all?

IMHO, they should be built on "make all", if that's possible w/ an
uninstalled guile-config... hmmm, quick testing shows that invocation
like so: "libguile/.libs/guile -s guile-config/guile-config" exits
silently instead of showing the familiar help info.


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