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Re: trivial-build-system: ld can't find existing store files

From: Christina O'Donnell
Subject: Re: trivial-build-system: ld can't find existing store files
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2024 20:49:16 +0000
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Hi Simon,

Okay I can believe this, I'm only just learning about the autoconf and co. I've already submitted a patch, but I'm happy to change it to gnu-build-system if it'll make it simpler. autoconf is more automatic than I've given it credit for!

I've put it on my list of things to get back to when I next have a clean checkout.

Kind regard,
Christina O'Donnell

On 17/01/2024 16:40, Simon Tournier wrote:

On Sun, 14 Jan 2024 at 11:10, Christina O'Donnell <> wrote:

So I'm trying to write a package with a single C file using
Despite its name, trivial-build-system is the less trivial
build-system.  Hum, gnu-build-system appears to me better for one single
C file, even if there is no Makefile.

Felix provided how to use trivial-build-system.  Well – aside I am not
convinced that %build-inputs is a good way – as we see, many thing need
to be configured by hand, when gnu-build-system does it for you.


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