#6 Makefile cleanup and addition of install target

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2006-01-04
2006-01-04
Lukas Fittl
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I am the maintainer of the Ubuntu Linux libloki
package, and I cleaned up the makefiles, as they
contained lots of unneeded stuff. I also added an
install target that will install the library and the
includes to a specified directory (This is primarily
for packaging purpose, but is also nice if someone
wants to install libloki from source).

Since I don't know if the makefiles work with other
make tools than GNU make (Any mingw users who could
test this patch?) I would appreciate feedback ;)

Btw.: I noticed some warnings and a build failure while
doing the test/ makefiles. I will work on some patches
for them (gcc-4.0, x86).

Discussion

  • Lukas Fittl

    Lukas Fittl - 2006-01-04

    Makefile cleanups, done against current cvs tree

     
  • Peter Kuemmel

    Peter Kuemmel - 2006-01-04

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    Your makefiles are really better than mine!!
    I will replace the old ones.

     
  • Peter Kuemmel

    Peter Kuemmel - 2006-01-04

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    Done.

     
  • Peter Kuemmel

    Peter Kuemmel - 2006-01-04
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     
  • Peter Kuemmel

    Peter Kuemmel - 2006-01-04
    • assigned_to: nobody --> syntheticpp
     
  • Lukas Fittl

    Lukas Fittl - 2006-01-04

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    thanks :)

    You could also remove Makefile-debian, as I will upload a
    new package to debian when 0.1.3 is released ;)

     

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