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From Chuck Murcko <ch...@topsail.org>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Re: Putting modules in their own subdirectories
Date Mon, 10 Mar 1997 04:18:51 GMT
Yeah, there are *NIX that fail to do -n flag on echo. Older SCO UNIX
comes to mind. 

Probably Dynix and Next, too. 8^)

Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> 
> >From the fingers of Chuck Murcko flowed the following:
> >
> >Well, here's what I've got that works here. Apologies to Ken for the
> >extra newline in the build.
> 
>     Apology accepted <g>.  Are there any Unices that object to the shell
>     command "echo -n"?  I wouldn't think so, but..  That neatly solves
>     the issue with minimum fuss, and keeps Configure tidy.
> 
> >                            The proxy Makefile now gets its
> >-I../../regex from Configure, and also forces an rm of the lib so it
> >gets rebuilt correctly if source has changed. The appended patch
> >includes Ken's mods. This builds a good modules/Makefile whether or not
> >the target system has a regex lib.
> 
>     Excellent!  For the complete patch to work, though, you need the
>     change to Makefile.tmpl as well.  Here's a single package with all
>     three file mods for ease of application (Configure, Makefile.tmpl,
>     and modules/proxy/Makefile).  [I sneaked in the change to "echo -n",
>     too - those newlines really offend me - but nuke it if it's not on
>     for some OSes.. ;-]
> 
-- 
chuck
Chuck Murcko
The Topsail Group, West Chester PA USA
chuck@topsail.org

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