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Re: What is BSD make?
> Am 11.10.2008 um 14:29 schrieb Aleksey Cheusov:
>> PROG= mylib
>> SRCS= 1.c 2.c 3.c
>> SHLIB_MAJOR= 1
>> SHLIB_MINOR= 0
>> SHLIB_TEENY= 4
>> .include <bsd.lib.mk>
> Actually, I wrote a buildsys that works like that and works with BSD
> make and GNU make. Have a look at it at:
I'll look to it too. Thanks.
But "created and maintained by NetBSD team" is very good trademark ;-)
This also gives non-BSD developers that this project will not die
(becomes unmaintained) in the nearest future.
I think that NetBSD make + improved and portable mk scripts can be
very important project for NetBSD itself. Everybody knows about GNU
and their projects, everybody knows that OpenSSH/SSL came from
OpenBSD. Additional reason to make mk scripts more powerful and
portable is that portability is one of the main goal of NetBSD and
PKGSRC. I think this task is not impossible for NetBSD/pkgsrc developers.
You already have required community running everything everywhere ;-)
pkgsrc's bsd.files.mk is broken
See pkg/39715 [serious/high]: bmake: bug in bsd.files.mk ?
Patch is available.
pkg/39694 [serious/medium]: bsd.prog.mk under Interix-3.5
I still don't understand where is upstream for bootstrap-mk-files.
Pkgsrc cvs repository? Other questions are also unanswered.
Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.
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