Subject: Re: make rules for objective-c
To: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
From: Luke Mewburn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/28/1997 23:48:21
Bill Studenmund writes:
> On Mon, 27 Oct 1997, Luke Mewburn wrote:
> > Whilst investigating a PR, I noticed that we don't have standard
> > set of rules for compiling objective C source files (``.m'' suffix)
> > Apparantly '.m' is also used by modula3, mathematica, and matlab.
> > I don't see a problem if we add default rules for .m.o:, but others
> > may have further input here.
> > I propose that the following changes are made to the tree:
> Sounds good to me (realizing full well that the PR in question might be my
> own :-). We do need to do SOMETHING for 1.3 for DESTDIR's to work.
> Would it make sence to add some variable to tell the .m rules what to
> guess the .m files were, with the default site-configurable, and otherwise
> defaulting to, say, objective c? For instance, a Makefile in a Matlab or
> Mathematica-dominant directory could turn off all the .m rules for
> objective c my just changing this variable.
i've done it the way that Mike Long suggested (use <bsd.sys.mk> for
the .m rules, so that only stuff that pulls in our .mk files will be
btw: bill, which PR of yours are you referring to? I couldn't see one
in the list with 'obj' in the subject line