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Re: [Bug-mit-scheme] [bug #34689] [9.1] Build failure on x86_64-linux-gn
Re: [Bug-mit-scheme] [bug #34689] [9.1] Build failure on x86_64-linux-gnu
Wed, 9 Nov 2011 01:15:20 -0800
I've put out a new release that supports "./configure && make".
I still have to deal with the info files and will replace the README
with a more relevant one; that README is intended for someone building
from source, when they have a working Scheme compiler already
installed on their system. I'll get around to that before the next
release, or I'll generate 9.1.2 if I have enough time.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 1:53 PM, Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> wrote:
> Matt Birkholz <address@hidden> skribis:
>>> From: address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès)
>>> Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2011 12:50:45 +0100
>>> I actually read the fine src/README.txt, which led me to think that
>>> ‘make’ alone would work. Perhaps it should be updated to reflect that?
> I was referring to the table and text under “Building from source on
> unix systems”:
> The following table shows the commands used to transition the build
> tree from one build state to another. All of the commands must be run
> in the "src" directory.
> From To Command
> ------------ ------------ ---------------------
> fresh distribution ./Setup.sh
> distribution configured ./configure
> configured compiled make
> compiled configured make clean
> compiled distribution make distclean
> compiled fresh make maintainer-clean
> configured distribution make distclean
> configured fresh make maintainer-clean
>>> Would it be an option for you to have a top-level configure and
>>> makefile that would allow ‘./configure && make’ to do the right
>>> thing (info "(standards) Managing Releases")?
>> I would like to see that, but I never learned to use VPATH, and do not
>> use proprietary operating systems. I dare not muck about in the build
>> process more than I have already. I tried to KISS it with something
>> #! /bin/sh
>> (cd src; ./configure $*)
>> (cd doc; ./configure $*)
>> But that does not do justice to `./configure --help'...
> There could be a top-level configure.ac with:
> AC_INIT([MIT/GNU Scheme], [9.1], address@hidden, [mit-scheme])
> AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([src doc])
> It should DTRT. As a bonus, configure runs will use a shared cache.
> The top-level makefile could be improved to support more targets.
> Automake could be used for that, but since it’s not used for the rest of
> the system, I guess you may be reluctant to using it for a single
> convenience makefile.
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