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Re: Specifying include directories for groups of source files

From: Alexandre Duret-Lutz
Subject: Re: Specifying include directories for groups of source files
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 15:38:16 +0100
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>>> "William" == William S Fulton <address@hidden> writes:

 William> A question about groups of files in subdirectories. I
 William> would like Automake's generated Makefiles to compile
 William> groups of files using different include directories,
 William> that is, different INCLUDES (AM_CFLAGS) for each
 William> group. Each group is in a different subdirectory. Is
 William> this possible without using the _LIBRARIES or
 William> _LTLIBRARIES primary?

Can't think of any other way.

 William> Motivation: We don't want to use libtool and having a
 William> separate each with its own _LIBRARIES does
 William> not work on all platforms, notably using native
 William> Windows compilers. 

(This doesn't necessarily require separate Makefile.ams: you can
build the subdir libraries from the parent directory.)

What's wrong with Windows compilers?  Is there anything we could
fix in Automake to make generated Makefiles more portable?


Alexandre Duret-Lutz

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