PATCH: Don't build protoize by default [was: Re: Maintenance patch for protoize ]

Manfred Hollstein mhollstein@cygnus.com
Sun Oct 31 23:33:00 GMT 1999


On Wed, 13 October 1999, 01:22:12, law@cygnus.com wrote:

 >   In message <14289.562.171233.715458@saturn.hollstein.net>you write:
 >   > Since there are files (like gansidecl.h, intl.c, sys-protos.h) which are
 >   > shared between (un)protoize and the rest of gcc, I'm not really sure,
 >   > whether it would be a good idea to create a separate package now. I've
 >   > added a small patch below, which just avoids building "proto" by default
 >   > and which removes a stale comment left from earlier changes.
 >   > 
 >   > 1999-09-04  Manfred Hollstein  <mhollstein@cygnus.com>
 >   > 
 >   > 	* Makefile.in (LANGUAGES): Omit "proto".
 >   > 	(clean): Remove stale comment about removing unprotoize.c.
 > I suspect the only reason sys-protos exists is for use by protoize, so if we
 > were to break out the protoize crud, sys-protos, SYSCALLS.x and probably a
 > few other oddball files would move along with protoize.
 > 
 > We'd probably want to use include/ansidecl.h instead of gansidecl.h and the
 > package would link in the necessary i18n/gettext libraries instead of using
 > an explicit intl.c from the source tree.  In all I think it's possible if 
 > you're
 > still interested in breaking it out.

I'm still... only need to find some time...

 > 
 > In the mean time, the patch is fine, please install it.

Done.

 > 
 > Thanks
 > 
 > jeff
 > 

Cheers.

l8er
manfred



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