[vdr] [DISCUSSION REQUEST] reintroduce a common make configuration file in VDR-1.7.35
dvb at flensrocker.de
Fri Dec 28 18:29:58 CET 2012
Am 28.12.2012 16:38, schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
> So should we go back to the Makefiles of version 1.7.33 and declare this
> area of the program source "untouchable" forever?
> Maybe this would be the easiest solution, and I wouldn't get bashed, offended
> and insulted that much any more.
> Never in my wildest dreams would I have expected such an outrage about this
> change, which was entirely intended to make things simpler in the future.
> But if this is not what people want, then let's just stick with the old
> Makefiles and declare version 1.7.34 a complete and utter failure...
> Beware - I'm not kidding about this! If this whining keeps going on, I will
> switch back to version 1.7.33 Makefiles, and I won't dare touch them again
> any time soon! After all, I didn't make this change because *I* wanted it...
Building plugins outside the vdr source tree with the new Makefile is something I bear with the "current mess".
I'm no Makefile-guru, so I have to "live with it" and I can't contribute to this thing at all.
My personal development environment is a "vdr source tree with plugins".
If I do development on a vdr-patch, I just call "make" and have the output (and errors/warnings) of the compiler right
If I work on a plugin I have a separate shell in the plugin's directory where I call "make". If it's ready for testing,
I call "make all plugins" from the vdr directory. In the directory above ("..") I have a script which starts the current
vdr with the settings for my development (other config directory etc.).
Now a "make" compiles everything and I have to scroll a lot to get the warnings or errors.
Perhaps we should talk about what targets are needed and what they should do. "Never touch a running system" only
applies to productive environments, not for development. Without touching there would be no progress.
So please stop "whining" and let's do some work together!
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