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Subject: Re: Bundled hello world
On Nov 8, 2005, at 3:41 PM, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> A bundled hello world, in somewhere like docs/helloworld/ might be
> useful for encouraging adoption. Every time I have to write an APR
> I remember how hard getting the basic build-envrionment right is.
> So, it'd be a helloworld.c (this is a solved problem), the autoconf
> for *nix, and build environments that work for the other platforms.
> idea being that adopters would have a massive head start and be
> able to
> take it and start modifying it to create new apps, or to use it as a
> reference for existing projects.
So, like, a cleanroom implementation of an APR-ified GNU Hello? Yes,
that would be a great idea.
> Sound sane? Or something that's better placed elsewhere?
> Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm