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Re: Perl: config-h.pl - Draft

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Perl: config-h.pl - Draft
Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 15:41:15 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>>>Will some creative "grep" commands be sufficient?
>>They should be.  If the #defined macro isn't referenced in
>>{lib,src,windows-NT}/*.[hc] (with the exception of the generated
>>windows-NT/config.h), then I would think that it is a safe assumption
>>that it is no longer in use and can be removed.  Otherwise it should
>>go in windows-NT/config.h.footer.
>Expect a grep test script to follow.

No need to send samples.  You should be able to see for yourself if
the footer file you generate works or not.

>OK.  I assume footer file is the general catch all of missing stuff.

For now.  I might eventually move it into AH_TEMPLATE macros in
configure.in, but the config.h.footer should do for the time being.

>What's the plan for silencing the reverse missing #undef warnings?

Huh?  If you are talking about warnings you actually saw on your last
run, an #undef in windows-NT/config.h.in.in should do the trick.  Try
running mkconfig.pl again with your generated config.h.in as the source.

If you mean the warnings I cut out of your sample script entirely when
creating mkconfig.pl, then there's nothing to worry about.  :)


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