Alan W. Irwin wrote:
>find sys -type d |grep -v .svn
>reveals the following subdirectories of sys (edited to get rid of redundancy):
>My judgement is sys/mac, sys/os2, sys/unix, sys/dos/msc, sys/dos/bcc,
>sys/dos/emx, and sys/win-tk are of historical interest only and simply
>confuse release tarball users so I have eliminated those directories from
>our next release tarball by modifying the list of regex's contained in
>CPACK_SOURCE_IGNORE_FILES in our top-level CMakeLists.txt. That just leaves
>sys/dos/djgpp and sys/win32 from the sys tree that will currently be
>included in the tarball.
>I assume Andrew Roach wants to continue to support DJGPP (since there is no
>CMake-based alternative) so sys/dos/djgpp should stay in unless we hear
>differently from him.
>Important question for Arjen (the historical maintainer of sys/win32): Do
>you want to drop sys/win32 from the next release tarball now that most
>(all?) windows users are using the more powerful CMake alternative?
>Please go ahead and put
>in the CPACK_SOURCE_IGNORE_FILES list if your decision is to drop sys/win32.
(just back from my holidays, hence the late reply) I agree that it makes
sense keeping the sys/win32 directory in the release tarball. I will add
line as you suggest to keep it out.
(The repository still has the sources and the revisions, so we can
these, if necessary)