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Re: Bash loadable plugins ... minimal header file?

From: Mike Frysinger
Subject: Re: Bash loadable plugins ... minimal header file?
Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 19:01:44 -0400
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On Thursday 28 May 2009 05:14:50 Dr. Werner Fink wrote:
> AFAICS from examples/loadables/ a lot of headers are readed
> by the compiler which requires - beside the bash and the
> readline library - an further package (rpm/deb) bash-devel
> for including all those headers ... beside this the Makefiles
> do not install any of them.
> Therefore my question: how does a minimal header looks like?
> It should include the API for the argument handling and
> clearly the declarations found in builtins.h after the
> includes.
> My wish is to have a few minimal header files without installing
> nearly all header files.

i think that sounds like a pretty good idea.  but i havent looked to see what 
kind of changes need to be made to the build system to support that.

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