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- Subject: Re: autoconf / automake
- From: Georg Lehner <jorge-lua@...>
- Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2011 21:53:27 +0200
On 10/27/11 21:33, Christian Liesch wrote:
Am 27.10.2011 16:49, schrieb Peter Pimley:
On 27 October 2011 13:40, Christian Liesch<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
For example to use the solaris compiler I do have to patch the
Makefile in the src directory, with a correct configuration script
this would not be neccessary :)
If you didn't want to touch the Makefile could you do "make solaris
That is very very emotional thread. I just ask why not. And I also
respect the reason "I do not like autotools". Me I do like and from my
point of view it would make things easier on unix system. But if not
its okey for me. To patch the Makefile isn't that complicate.
I would even have worte the configure.in and Makefile.am for you. But
if there is such a big ressistant against autotools it would not be a
good idea I supose.
"make solaris CC=cc" would work thanks for your suggestion.
autotools are only portable amongst systems which have GNU-Tools
available. I liked autotools a lot, while only working
For Plan9, Windows (with MS-Tools) and Windows CE they do not work at
all, and making them work would be a major effort.