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Re: makedepend and automake

From: Salvatore_D'Angelo
Subject: Re: makedepend and automake
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 09:14:10 +0200

I am sorry Robert,

probably my knowledge about Automake is not so good. I do not understand
what you mean with the term "LCD".
Can you give me more information about this.
If it is simple to implement can you give me an example on how I can use

Another question.

I work in IBM on a product that will be delivered with the kernel and I
want to understand if we can use automake and autoconf in our project on
OS390 Open Edition where there is a porting of these tools. The problem is
that we need to generate dll (shared libraries) but probably on that
platform there is no a porting of libtool. I tried to compile it but the
configure script didn't find the ld linker (infact on OS390 is used the c++
compiler with a particular option and there are no porting of bintools).

Do you know if there is another method to generate the dll or if exist a
porting of libtool for os390. In the latter case can you send me the site
where I can dowload it.

Thanx a lot.

Robert Boehne <address@hidden> on
07/25/2001 10:45:07 PM

Sent by:  address@hidden

To:   Tim Van Holder <address@hidden>
cc:   Salvatore_D'address@hidden, address@hidden
Subject:  Re: makedepend and automake


It seems that there is no need for this, as Automake supports
dependency generation much more advanced than this.
It also can use makedepend if that is the LCD.


Tim Van Holder wrote:
> > Now I have a script that do the following things:
> >
> > aclocal
> > autoconf
> > automake -a
> > ./configure
> > makedepend <some options> *.cpp
> >
> > the problem with this approac is that each time an option will change I
> > need to modify the (for the options) and in the script.
> >
> > Do someone of you know how I can solve this problem?
> >
> > These are the files and
> >
> >
> >
> > bin_PROGRAMS = prova
> > prova_SOURCES = A.cpp B.cpp
> > AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = no-dependencies
> My guess would be to add something like
> depend: $(prova_SOURCES)
>         makedepend $(CXXFLAGS) $(AM_CXXFLAGS) $(prova_SOURCES)
> to your
> Then typing 'make depend' would run makedepend with the current
> options.

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