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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <ad...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: cvs commit: apr-util aprutil.mak libaprutil.mak
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2001 05:47:21 GMT
> wrowe       01/03/07 21:37:35
> 
>   Modified:    .        aprutil.mak libaprutil.mak
>   Log:
>     Forgot to use the fixwin32mak.pl magic
>   
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.7       +8 -8      apr-util/aprutil.mak
>   
>   @@ -810,12 +810,12 @@
>    !IF  "$(CFG)" == "aprutil - Win32 Release"
>    
>    "apr - Win32 Release" : 
>   -   cd "\clean\httpd-2.0\srclib\apr"
>   +   cd "..\..\srclib\apr"
>       $(MAKE) /$(MAKEFLAGS) /F ".\apr.mak" CFG="apr - Win32 Release" 
>       cd "..\apr-util"
>    
>    "apr - Win32 ReleaseCLEAN" : 
>   -   cd "\clean\httpd-2.0\srclib\apr"
>   +   cd "..\..\srclib\apr"
>       $(MAKE) /$(MAKEFLAGS) CLEAN /F ".\apr.mak" CFG="apr - Win32 Release"\
>     RECURSE=1 
>       cd "..\apr-util"

This bit won't be going away.  I'm wondering, if someone wants to hack the magic
httpd-2.0\build\fixwin32mak.pl, I'd imagine there has to be a simple one line way
to make the inner ..\srclib\ simply disappear, since both are in the srclib\ tree.

Of course, it's easier just to run that from apr-util\build (it isn't duplicated
over there right now, but could/should be)  I'm just thinking that an apr-util/apr 
user isn't necessarily building from httpd-2.0/srclib.

Bill


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