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Re: Extrnals.html

From: Hermann Gundel <hgu@software-ag.de>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2000 16:17:20 +0200
Message-Id: <395765F0.46DE7840@software-ag.de>
To: www-lib@w3.org
Fox One wrote:
> 
> I've noticed that, at least on my system,
> the file `libwww/Library/User/Extrnals.html'
> is not properly made.
> 

Hmm, strange, while it looks fine here on a DEC-OSF 4.0 machine and
Solaris V7, it wasn't built on my NT box, make fails there.

> As a quick hack, I changed a couple of targets in
> `libwww/LINUX-ELF/Library/User/Makefile' to read
> something like this:
> 
> Extrnals.html:
>         (cd $(srcdir) && \
>         perl ../../config/makeindx.pl ../src/
> ../src/WWW*.html > Extrnals.html)
> 
> export: Extrnals.html
>         -rm $(srcdir)/Extrnals.html;
>         (cd $(srcdir) && \
>         perl ../../config/makeindx.pl ../src/
> ../src/WWW*.html > Extrnals.html)
> 

Using that syntax on NT did not fix the make problem, but Extrnals.html
can be build on the commandline.
 
> But these changes (or something similar) should be
> made in `Makefile.am' (assuming that the problem
> isn't just on my system.)
> 
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All the best,
Hermann
Received on Monday, 26 June 2000 10:17:38 GMT

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