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Add a note to FAQ about #version-value-in-source

From: Pedro Zorzenon Neto <pzn_at_terra.com.br>
Date: 2006-02-20 00:04:59 CET


  About the topic:

  I have a better option instead of using makefile to create a
svn_version.c file. Please put it in the FAQ if you think it will be
useful for other users.

  Below are the instructions.

  Please CC me the answers, I'm not a subscriber of this list. I'm using
svn for the 2nd day. It has many improvements compared to cvs.

  Thanks in advance,

Put the following 2 lines in Makefile:

SVNDEF = -D'SVN_REV="$(shell svnversion -n .)"'
CFLAGS = $(SVNDEF) ... continue with your other flags ...

To use it, in yourfile.c do something similar to the example below:
  printf("this program was compiled from SVN revision %s\n",SVN_REV);

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