|| at Oct 29, 2013 at 10:13 am
I have now taken some time and investigated some with a Makefile created with --disable-all. I noticed that basically everything seems to be compiled using Libtool, no stand-alone GCC at all. Is this normal? In the normal build process, it seems to always build with just GCC quite a lot of time.
Also I have started with basic conversions as well...getting somewhere. So maybe I can provide a PHP script to convert the Makefile to a build.ninja file, as to what I am looking towards to.
There is just one question I have left:
Do these lines just mean, that the .lo files depend on named .h files? The only thing I couldnt understand yet.
Kind regards, Ingwie
Am 28.10.2013 um 20:14 schrieb Andrea Faulds <firstname.lastname@example.org
On 27/10/13 18:30, Kevin Ingwersen wrote:
converting a makefile into a build.ninja file is not that easy at all,especially when you never learned how makefiles themselves work...like me, i don't know how makefiles work. o-o
I think it's quite unreasonable of you to ask us to explain our build system to you without you doing even the most basic research yourself. Makefiles are quite simple: They are map files to file dependencies and commands to execute to create those files. But Wikipedia can explain it far better than I can.
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