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Re: [MIT-Scheme-devel] FFI and KyotoCabinet

From: Matt Birkholz
Subject: Re: [MIT-Scheme-devel] FFI and KyotoCabinet
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 11:20:04 -0700

> From: address@hidden (Matt Birkholz)
> Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 18:00:56 -0700
> [...]
> Add your-FFI to FFIS in src/ and it will appear in
> src/Makefile (and src/ and get built and installed
> automatically, on any of the aforementioned machinery, assuming
> src/your-FFI/Makefile-fragment has working build and install targets
> (almost, but NOT similar to src/ffi/Makefile-fragment).  There are
> several files that may want patching, unfortunately, like
> src/, src/TAGS, src/etc/, and
> src/etc/optiondb.scm.  When Gtk is rebased, I can provide a working
> example.

OK, I MERGED our master into my Gtk branch.  Moving features out of
Gtk into master made nonsense of a rebasing (and duplication during
the merge!).  Anyway, I have that all sorted now, and published under
tag 20110426-Gtk in my git repo.,


and successfully built (and tested-ish).

  Target        Host
  ------        -----------------------------------------------
  x86-64        x86-64  Scheme 9.1, Ubuntu 10.10, emacs23 etags
  C             x86-64  ditto
  i386          i386    Scheme 9.0.1, Ubuntu 10.10, Exuberant ctags
  C             i386    ditto

The resulting patch (e.g. `git diff master Gtk') is much as I
described earlier.  Here are the build-related details:

    * src/README.txt: Add description to "miscellaneous extras".

    * src/ Add "gtk" to INSTALLED_SUBDIRS.  Create link in

    * src/TAGS: Add gtk/TAGS.

    * src/ Add AC_ARG_WITH, AC_CHECK_PROG, `pkg-config
    --exists gtk+-2.0', etc.

    * src/etc/ Add "gtk" to BUNDLES.

    * src/etc/optiondb.scm: Add option 'Gtk.

    * src/gtk/Makefile-fragment: New, with many rules to compile and
    link gtk-const,, etc.

Hopefully this example can provide you with a quick (focused)
introduction to the autotools.

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