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Re: How to control when SUBPROJECTS are compiled ?


From: Yves de Champlain
Subject: Re: How to control when SUBPROJECTS are compiled ?
Date: Sun, 30 Jul 2006 13:37:37 -0400


Le 06-07-30 à 13:03, Quentin Mathé a écrit :

Le 30 juil. 06 à 15:48, Chris Vetter a écrit :

On 2006-07-30 15:28:15 +0200 Yves de Champlain <address@hidden darwin.org> wrote:
It may be not a big deal, but it lacks some logic. there should be 2 kinds of subproject
1- project X depends on subproject 1, 2, ... n
2- subprojects 1, 2, ... n depend on project Y

Yes, but you're free to change the order of the listed sub- projects based on the dependency of each other.

In example 1 you would write
  SUBPROJECTS = sub1 sub2 ... subn projectX
and in example 2
  SUBPROJECTS = projectY sub1 sub2 ... subn

Sorry, but I still don't see the problem.

If you don't move your project code in subprojects, this isn't going to work because Project X and Project Y aren't subprojects but just different targets for the project (which owns the subprojects)… Hoping I have made no mistakes in my understanding of Yves' proposal :-)

I don't really know much how subprojects work so I can't say much, but theses two subprojects types are really two different things that happen to have the same name because of their nested structure. We could talk, for example :

TOP_DIR - Project X - subproject a
                    - subproject b (here, X depends on a and b)
        - Project Y - extension a
                    - extension b (here, a and b depend on Y)

yves





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