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Re: [CVS] OpenSSL: openssl/ Makefile.org openssl/apps/ Makefile openssl/cr...

Richard Levitte - VMS Whacker
In message <[hidden email]> on Thu, 23 Jun 2005 02:03:32 +0200 (CEST), "Andy Polyakov" <[hidden email]> said:

appro>   OpenSSL CVS Repository
appro>   http://cvs.openssl.org/
appro>   ____________________________________________________________________________
appro>
appro>   Server: cvs.openssl.org                  Name:   Andy Polyakov
appro>   Root:   /v/openssl/cvs                   Email:  [hidden email]
appro>   Module: openssl                          Date:   23-Jun-2005 02:03:27
appro>   Branch: HEAD                             Handle: 2005062301030323
appro>
appro>   Modified files:
appro>     openssl                 Makefile.org
appro>     openssl/apps            Makefile
appro>     openssl/crypto          Makefile
appro>     openssl/crypto/bio      Makefile
appro>     openssl/engines         Makefile
appro>     openssl/test            Makefile
appro>
appro>   Log:
appro>     Jumbo Makfiles update.
appro>    
appro>     - eliminate ambiguities between GNU-ish and SysV-ish make flavors;
appro>     - switch [back] to -e;
appro>     - fold/unify rules;
appro>    
appro>     This is follow-up to the patch introducing common BUILDENV. Idea is
appro>     to collect as much parameters in $(TOP) as possible and "strip" lower
appro>     Makefiles for most variables [and thus makes them more readable].

Hmm, are you planning on doing this in 0.9.8-stable as well?

Cheers,
Richard

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Re: [CVS] OpenSSL: openssl/ Makefile.org openssl/apps/ Makefile openssl/cr...

Andy Polyakov
R> appro>     Jumbo Makfiles update.

> appro>    
> appro>     - eliminate ambiguities between GNU-ish and SysV-ish make flavors;
> appro>     - switch [back] to -e;
> appro>     - fold/unify rules;
> appro>    
> appro>     This is follow-up to the patch introducing common BUILDENV. Idea is
> appro>     to collect as much parameters in $(TOP) as possible and "strip" lower
> appro>     Makefiles for most variables [and thus makes them more readable].
>
> Hmm, are you planning on doing this in 0.9.8-stable as well?

Yes, I was going to "nominate" it for 0.9.8 after some further polishing
and cross-testing on a number platforms. A.

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Re: [CVS] OpenSSL: openssl/ Makefile.org openssl/apps/ Makefile openssl/cr...

Tim Rice
On Thu, 23 Jun 2005, Andy Polyakov wrote:

> R> appro>     Jumbo Makfiles update.
> > appro>     appro>     - eliminate ambiguities between GNU-ish and SysV-ish
> > Hmm, are you planning on doing this in 0.9.8-stable as well?
>
> Yes, I was going to "nominate" it for 0.9.8 after some further polishing and
> cross-testing on a number platforms. A.

It's looking much better on my system V platforms.

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