[lcdproc] lcdproc package layout
William W. Ferrell
Tue, 27 Mar 2001 10:24:16 -0700
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> Andre Breiler mentioned the following:
> | pre10 uses gnu auto tools and I think we should use these also for 0.5
> Yup, autotools works for me!
> | > I am probably going to have to do some #ifdefs to get the code to work
> | > on FreeBSD. No big deal, but I have seen a lot of packages that were
> | > setup with portability in mind. Thus, making my life / job easier and
> | > lcdproc running sooner on my machine.
> | I think with the use of the auto tools portability is easy to manage.
> It won't automatically solve our portability issues. What it *will* do is
> help us to identify/check for them, and allow us to circumvent them with
> an alternative function(s), or arguments. We still have to do *some*
> work. :)
Yup. This gives us a chance, though, to do all this work as cleanly as
possible since we're basically starting over :)
William W. Ferrell, Senior System Administrator, Global Crossing Ltd.
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