julien at trigofacile.com
Wed Apr 15 20:09:25 UTC 2009
When lib/perl.c is modified, perl.o is regenerated but libinn.a is *not*,
which leads to problems afterwards.
I see that perl.c is not in $(SOURCES) but instead, perl.c/o is treated
differently and added in a few Makefile rules (like "depend").
Is there a problem not to put it in $(SOURCES)?
I also see that we have:
# Sources for additional functions only built to replace missing system ones.
EXTRA_SOURCES = alloca.c asprintf.c fseeko.c ftello.c getaddrinfo.c getnameinfo.c \
But I do not see when they are compiled. If for instance getaddrinfo is missing,
I do not understand what will trigger the compilation of getaddrinfo.c...
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