On Wed, 2002-08-28 at 14:33, Steve Youngs wrote:
|--==> "r" == rendhalver <rendhalver(a)xemacs.org> writes:
r> -ELCS = auto-autoload.elc
r> +ELCS = auto-autoloads.elc
r> override GENERATED =
Any reason why auto-autoloads.elc is being listed in $(ELCS)?
--- ./Makefile.orig Wed Aug 28 21:28:57 2002
+++ ./Makefile Wed Aug 28 21:28:41 2002
＠＠ -25,8 +25,7 ＠＠
CATEGORY = standard
-ELCS = auto-autoloads.elc
-override GENERATED =
# We'll need something like this.
#INFO_FILES = texi/*.info* texi/xemacs/*.info* texi/packages/*.info*
＠＠ -37,7 +36,7 ＠＠
-all:: $(ELCS) $(INFO_FILES)
+all:: auto-autoloads.elc $(INFO_FILES)
Makes more sense to me.
Looks good to me too.
And it keeps things consistent with _every_
Uh, how about sounds-au, sounds-wav, psgml-dtds? All of them have
auto-autoloads.elc in ELCS. I know I have introduced that in
psgml-dtds, just because I took a look how it's handled in sounds-*, ie.
packages with no elisp. Maybe the treatment you proposed above should
be given to sounds-au/Makefile, sounds-wav/Makefile, psgml-dtds/Makefile
too. _Then_ packages would be consistent in this respect.
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