Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> --On Wednesday, June 11, 2003 8:00 AM +0200 Patrick Mayweg <email@example.com>
> > What a frequency of reposts do you think is appropriate ? Daily, weekly or
> > monthly ?
> Personally, I recommend once every two weeks until you get a reply. I think
> some other people here on dev@svn have advocated once a week. Circumstances
> change enough with people every two weeks that I think it's a relatively safe
> guide. That said, it still may take a few tries to reach someone especially
> if it's a relatively arcane topic where there are relatively few eyes (i.e.
> build system).
That gives me a time frame for the integration into the buildsystem.
> > abs_srcdir and abs_builddir are not known in svn-config. I could have
> > introduced them to the svn-config but it would have work alone, because the
> > syntax for variables in a shell script is different than for a Makefile.
> > What is what svn-config was meant for ? I thought it meant to give you the
> > include path and the libraries needed, when you want to build an
> > appilication on top of the subversion libraries. If you take a subversion
> > release tarball, you will get the abs_srcdir and the abs_builddir problem
> > and the resulting Makefiles have to be edited manualy.
> The problem is that svn-config is meant to work on installed copies of
> Subversion. That means that it can not reference anything withing abs_srcdir
> or abs_builddir as we can not assume that those still exist when svn-config is
> finally invoked. So, my point is that those references to abs_srcdir whether
> explicit via $(abs_srcdir) or expanded at configure-time via $abs_srcdir still
> don't work.
> svn-config doesn't work right now and isn't installed on purpose because it is
> fundamentally broken if you use in-tree dependencies. If you don't use
> in-tree dependencies, then it works just fine. But, your commit just attempts
> to hide the problem rather than dealing with it. I'd really rather not do
I have looked into my configure script and I will forget about svn-config for the
javahl-binding. About for svnup it is not a nice outlook. I will have to maintain
the jni-binding in there until the integration is atleast partialy done. And
without svn-config, how do I best find out where to find the include files and the
> > This is what I want to do. I just started with what I already had and
> > adopted it just as an intermediate step. To integrate into the build
> > systems, I have to understand them first. But since I have to process
> > different kind of files (java source and class files) as the rest of
> > subversion, it may mean a major extentsion to the buildsystems.
> My point is that your 'intermediary' step introduces a bogus change into the
> main build system.
Will you or should backout my changes?
> > I did not had the time to try to understand the buildsystems. I also need to
> > create the dsp and ?vcproj? files on windows.
> Yup. That's why if you can integrate with the build.conf, you'll get those
> for free. But, that's something that Greg has the most experience with.
> You'll probably need some Python-fu in order to understand it.
Who can I ask about build.conf? A first look tells me I have to understand
gen-make.py to add my things to it. To add the java things to build.conf,
gen-make.pk and its friends, that will take some time. Each target system has it
own python class.
> > This is only the intermediate step, I will remove automake, when I
> > intergrate with the build system.
> Yup, but if you want the top-level configure script to produce the Makefile,
> then it can't have any automake artifacts. I think that's the easiest
> short-term solution available to you. If you have time later, then you can
> figure out how to get it to work with build.conf.
I do not think that this step is worth the effort. Manualy removing the
Makefile.in from all automake things and integrating into the top-level configure
script will take me 2 weeks and the patch into configure.in another month till it
is reviewed. I better spend my time looking into gen-make.py and friends.
> > What is a pkg-config file ? Where do I find information about that ?
> <http://www.freedesktop.org/software/pkgconfig/> -- justin
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