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Re: [SVN RFC] Making JavaHL easier to maintain?

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-09-02 21:06:03 CEST

David James wrote:
>>> -- If --enable-javahl is set, JavaHL should be built, tested, and
>>> installed when you call 'make', 'make check', and 'make install'
>> If we wanted to do that, it'd be fairly trivial to change, but so far we
>> don't do that for the Perl or Python bindings either. So, JavaHL is
>> currently consistent with all of the other bindings.
> The typical process for building a UNIX program is:
> ./configure [with some options]
> make
> make install
> If the user asks configure to enable JavaHL (or the Perl or Python
> bindings), then I would expect "make" and "make install" to build and
> install the bindings. So I'm in favour of setting up "make" and "make
> install" to do that for all of the bindings, including JavaHL. Does
> that sound like a good idea? (If anyone else also has an opinion on
> this, feel free to jump in)

I'm quite interested in possible changes in this area. As it is a
cross-language matter, please discuss it in another thread with an
appropriate (non-java-specific) subject.


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