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From: sunsetbrew <sunsetbrew <at> sunsetbrew.com>
Subject: Two Build Issues
Newsgroups: gmane.text.clearsilver.general
Date: Tuesday 9th February 2010 03:58:35 UTC (over 6 years ago)
Having built this system on OSX, x86 Linux and ARM Linux (cross compiled),
there are a couple minor issues.

First, rules.mk.in has gcc hard coded for creating Makefile.depends.  When
cross compiling, this will never work.  It should be set to $(CC) so that
any complier can be used.

Second, cs/Makefile has a test target.  If the tests do not pass, it will
not install properly.  When cross compiling, it is not possible to run the
tests at build time.  Further, not all the tests even pass natively under
OSX.

I really like the philosophy of testing at build time and use it myself,
but there needs to an alternative for the valid cases where it will not
work.  Currently, the only out is to manually alter the generated Makefile.
 
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