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Re: I can do it in Makefile.in but not sure how to translate it to Makef
Re: I can do it in Makefile.in but not sure how to translate it to Makefile.am
Thu, 16 Nov 2006 13:40:06 -0800
Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20060913)
Ralf Wildenhues wrote:
* J.H. wrote on Thu, Nov 16, 2006 at 03:32:14AM CET:
$(DCOPIDL2CPP) --c++-suffix cpp --no-signals --no-stub
While this works great in the Makefile.in, when Makefile.in gets rebuilt
from Makefile.am this gets hosed.
I don't understand the question. If you add that code to Makefile.am,
it will be copied to Makefile.in exactly by automake. What gets hosed?
Maybe there's merely a typo (note only one of the rule lines starts with
The problem stems from the fact that the rule that gets written to
create kcookieserver_skel.cpp seems to be done automatically, and it
doesn't directly come from the Makefile.am. In fact the entire
INCLUDES = -I$(srcdir)/../../../../dropin
noinst_LTLIBRARIES = libkcookiejar.la
libkcookiejar_la_SOURCES = kcookiejar.cpp kcookieserver.cpp \
libkcookiejar_la_METASOURCES = AUTO
KDE_OPTIONS = qtonly
I've tried adding the exact make rule that I want to the Makefile.am, it
includes it just fine, but the rest of the makefile doesn't seem to
build (so it's possible there is something going on outside of automake
but I haven't found anything yet) My entire goal is just to get `foobar`
to be executed sometime after kcookieserver_skel.cpp is created but
before it compiles. I've been reading through the automake
documentation and looking through the source code to try and figure out
where the rules are getting built from but no luck so far.
Any help would definitely be appreciated.