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Re: Private headers in GSMake frameworks?

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Private headers in GSMake frameworks?
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 15:53:13 +0100 (BST)


on MacOS X, frameworks can have a "Headers" directory for a framework's
public headers, and a "PrivateHeaders" directory for headers that are
used for an app that comes with the framework, but aren't supposed to be
used by other clients of the framework.

I've found FrameworkName_HEADER_FILES for specifying "Headers", but is
there an equivalent to "PrivateHeaders" in GNUstep-make? What's the
variable called?

xxx_HEADER_FILES is for specifying headers which are to be installed and made public.

If you have "local" headers which are "private" and are only used when compiling the framework and/or applications/tools internal to the framework, then you just don't list them in xxx_HEADER_FILES and they are not installed, hence not made public.

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