On 02.11.2012 12:36, Ivan Zhakov wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 2:04 AM, Branko Čibej <brane_at_wandisco.com> wrote:
>> The sysinfo bits have static (build-time) info and dynamic (runtime)
>> info. Presumably the only difference will be noticing when you're
>> running the program on a different "size" of OS, e.g., running 32-bit
>> code on a 64-bit OS (hopefully in some compatibility mode).
>> For the purpose of user agent strings, the host triplet exposed in the
>> #define in svn_private_config.h should be more than good enough.
> I agree that using autoconf to collect OS type is much better. But I
> think we should use $target, instead of $host for user-agent to
> support cross compile scenarios. Also I've checked $target_os for our
> build bots and their values are:
> * OpenBSD: 'i386-unknown-openbsd5.0' ($target_os = 'openbsd5.0',
> * Centos: 'x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu' ($target_os='linux-gnu';
> * Ubuntu: ''x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu'' ($target_os=''linux-gnu'';
> I've also googled for different autoconf outputs:
> * MacOS: 'x86_64-apple-darwin11.2.0'
> * cygwin: 'i686-pc-cygwin'
> * mingw: 'i686-pc-mingw32'
> We can use all $target triplet in user-agent or just $target_os. I
> have no opinion on this matter. Any thoughts?
I considered that, but our build scripts very definitely do not support
cross-compiling. So anyone who tries that and succeeds can easily add
another line to the already-huge patch that made cross-compiling possible.
Received on 2012-11-02 14:13:19 CET