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Re: Problem installing bundles without GNUSTEP_INSTALLATION_DIR


From: Jamie Ramone
Subject: Re: Problem installing bundles without GNUSTEP_INSTALLATION_DIR
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2017 22:17:44 -0300

Thanks for that bit of advice, but since it was getting on my nerves I
removed all PC related files from my project and just maintain the
makefiles by hand. Ivan's solution seems to work well enough so I'm
going with that. One thing I can't seem to get around is that
gnustep-make installs the bundles in the installation domain. I only
want to copy them into the application proper, which I'm already
doing. Can the install target be turned off for those individual
bundles?

Also, did u piss someone off at Google, Ricardo? Cause no matter what
I do ur mail always end up in the spam folder! :-/

On Sun, Jan 22, 2017 at 5:51 AM, Riccardo Mottola
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> On 22/01/2017 00:39, Matt Rice wrote:
>>
>> FWIW, I always found pmanagerhttp://gna.org/projects/pmanager
>> to have a much more sane architecture than PC...
>> it hasn't seen activity in a long time however...
>
>
> to each its own...
>
>>
>> Additionally for bundles there is the foo_COPY_INTO_DIR...
>> you can see it used here
>>
>>
>> https://github.com/gnustep/gdl2/blob/master/EOAdaptors/PostgreSQLAdaptor/LoginPanel/GNUmakefile
>
>
> I think that technically you should create an aggregate project in PC,
> having your application and the bundles as subprojects. But I don't know if
> you can get any further as far as to specify where to install the bundles.
> Could be a feature to add in the future, if it is not there or if it doesn't
> work it needs to be fixed.
>
> I patched up PC in the past years, but never used aggregate projects myself,
> using separate framework+app where I had to.
>
> On XCode you do it that way (see TalkSoup as an example), each bundle has a
> target and then the app has a "copy" phase. For bundles it is fine but for
> frameworks it is a mess since each framework needs to know if it is compiled
> for system or local resource usage!! so While it looks fine, I hate the
> XCode mess there too.
>
> Riccardo
>
>
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