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From Andre Fischer <awf....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [question] build infra structure.
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2012 08:26:12 GMT
On 01.11.2012 18:31, jan iversen wrote:
> you See below please.
>
>
> On 1 November 2012 18:18, Andre Fischer <awf.aoo@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On 01.11.2012 17:57, jan iversen wrote:
>>
>>> See below please.
>>>
>>> THANKS for your VERY informative answer, it helped me a lot.
>>>
>>> I was of the simple idea, that we pursued a simple build process made up
>>> of
>>> gnuMake and an addon to gather for the shortcoming of gnumake in respect
>>> of
>>> cascaded makefiles.
>>>
>> We are in the process of migrating from dmake to GNU make.
>> When that is finished then we will have essentially one single makefile.
>>   Well, there will be one top level makefile that includes all the other
>> makefiles.  But there will not one make process that starts other makes in
>> subprocesses.  That would be evil, or so I have been told, see
>> http://wiki.openoffice.org/**wiki/Build_System_Analysis<http://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Build_System_Analysis>
> I am in the process of changing the l10n process. Currently it runs on one
> makefile that searches all directories, I want to change that to a target
> in every local makefile (build.lst).

I am aware of that and am glad that you follow this approach.  I am 
convinced that among a lot of other improvements, we could  make the 
localization process a lot faster by
a) using make (dmake or GNU make) for controlling what to do when and
b) by integrating it into the build process to update the pootle data 
from time to time.

>
> Can I attach myself to your progress, or would you suggest that I attach my
> development to the current build process. my timeline is somewhat around
> new year.

Conversion of Apache OpenOffice from dmake to gbuild is going very slow 
at the moment.  I am afraid that you will have work with the current 
build process.  But I am willing to help.

>
>
>>
>>
>>> I hope to see your presentation on video later, due to personal budget
>>> restriction (dont we all have that) I cannot participate.
>>>
>> Sorry to hear that, I would have liked to meet you.
>>
> Well if you come to FOSDEM, we can have a long chat. My problem is that I
> am currently "only" a contributor so that ticket alone is 600,- EUR.

Yeah, I know what you mean.  And I will think about FOSDEM.

>
> I am also prepared for google/skype videochats.

That is good to know.  Maybe after ApacheCon.

-Andre


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