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Sat, 17 Oct 2009 19:04:39 +0200 (CEST)
Alpine 2.00 (LSU 1167 2008-08-23)
when one decides to drive make in a non-recursive fashion, one has to
write an Automake file like this:
lib_LTLIBRARIES = foo/bar.la
foo_bar_la_SOURCES = foo/one.c foo/two.c
Usually I stuff that into a file called "foo/Automakefile" and "include
foo/Automakefile" from the real Makefile.am. Despite being in a
subdirectory, one may not omit foo/; that is ok.
However, it is tiresome. Is there perhaps a way, or a planned
development action, so that one can omit all foo/s inside
foo/Automakefile and have automake automatically add foo/ upon seeing
"include" (or a variant thereof) in the upper Makefile.am?
Also, when subdir-objects is in effect, it will create odd long names
such as foo/foo_bar_la-one.o where at least the foo_ prefix would be
redundant in some cases.
- Non-recursive automake,
Jan Engelhardt <=