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From Mark Hindess <mark.hind...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [classlib][awt] dependency cleanup and potential build breakage
Date Thu, 26 Oct 2006 08:42:04 GMT

I've checked these changes in now.  Linux developers should be able to
fix the dependencies with something like:

  for f in depends/libs/build/*/*.ia32 ;do mv $f ${f%.ia32}.linux.x86;done
  for f in depends/libs/build/*/*.ipf ;do mv $f ${f%.ipf}.linux.x86_64;done


On 25 October 2006 at 13:54, "Mark Hindess" <mark.hindess@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Currently there is a quick hack in make/depends.xml because the awt
> dependencies have extensions that use a different convention for
> architecture names than the one used in the rest of classlib.
> I'm going to fix the README, build.xml files, and makefiles to use the
> standard harmony define for *platform* (rather than just architecture[0])
> This means that your build might break.  Renaming the libs (*.ia32
> => *.linux.x86, *.ipf => *.linux.x86_64) should fix the problem.
> (Re-running fetch-depends should also fix it if you are using symlinks
> to system resources although it will leave a few unused symlinks
> behind.)
> I'm *not* going to fix the windows .lib file to use windows.x86 since
> this would involve creating a new tar in geir's people.apache.org web
> space to work smoothly.  But we probably should do this at some point in
> the not to distant future.
> Any objections?
> Regards,
>  Mark.
> [0] So we don't have to break it all again when we have macosx.x86 which
> wont work with the linux.x86 library file.

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