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From Alan Conway <acon...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Deprecating the autotools build system in favour of cmake
Date Thu, 28 Mar 2013 19:58:47 GMT
On 03/16/2013 05:41 AM, Fraser Adams wrote:
> And just to be "clear" (bad pun!!) Alan meant to write "Since the introduction
> of cmake" not "Since the introduction of clearmake" below :-)

Doh!

>
> On 15/03/13 20:35, Alan Conway wrote:
>>
>> For a number of years now,  Qpid has had 2 build systems: one based on
>> autotools (autoconf, automake etc.) and the other based on cmake. This causes
>> duplication of effort and confusion.
>>
>> Since the introduction of clearmake it was always the intent that we deprecate
>> and eventually remove autotools, but this intent was not clearly stated and
>> the INSTALL instructions were not updated, so many users are still using the
>> autotools system.
>>
>> As of the pending 0.22 release, autotools will be deprecated. The INSTALL
>> instructions have been updated to describe the cmake system. The autotools
>> configure script will also print a deprecation message.
>>
>> Both autotools and cmake will be available for the 0.22 release to facilitate
>> migration. The autotools system will be removed in a subsequent release.
>>
>> Report any issues with migrating to autools to dev@qpid.apache.org.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Alan.
>>
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