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Re: gnustep-make experiment

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: gnustep-make experiment
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 06:07:04 +0100 (CET)

>> Because we don't even store fixed sets of flags, but we compute them 
>> dynamically, 
>> using pkg-config to print them is more of an additional problem
>> than a solution.
> I forget exactly how non-flattend looks having not used it since the 
> default changed...
> but heres an example of a dynamic -L for a specific architecture
> $ pkg-config --define-variable=host_os=linux-gnu 
> --define-variable=host_cpu=ix86 --libs-only-L gnustep
> -L/System/Library/Libraries/linux-gnu/ix86 
> -L/Local/Library/Libraries/linux-gnu/ix86
> because it is only a file, is a benefit because it forces you to keep 
> your logic separated from all the flags.

I think I'm wasting my time answering this question.  Is it even a question ?
Where exactly would we be using pkg-config ?  Put forward a proposal and we 

It seems you're just trying to prove that pkg-config can print out some text 
a text file, replacing variables.  Who cares ?  Why is it relevant ?

Compile/link flags can be just anything on different machines.  Try 
on different machines (Windows cygwin/mingw32, Apple, Linux, Solaris, *BSD, 
and you'll see completely different flags.


PS: And you're missing my all important 
flag that is required to find my locally hacked Renaissance.

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