CVS update (using GNU make)

The SDL library has been updated to use GNU make, since all the demos
require it, and it allows me to get rid of the symbolic link hacks.

Please check it out and let me know if it works well for you.

If you have access to irix, osf1, or sunos, please see if you can
get the architecture-specific portions of the build to work for you
(take a look at make//functions and see what needs to be done
for your platform, and then copy make/linux/* to make//* and
edit them appropriately)
If you can get me an account to those operating systems, I’ll be happy
to do the work myself.

This new structure will allow easy adding of more UNIX ports. :slight_smile:

Thanks!
-Sam Lantinga (slouken at devolution.com)

Lead Programmer, Loki Entertainment Software–
“Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature”
– Rich Kulawiec

kewl, if I knew how… this is the error with the Linux config and Linux rules
files
***

Please type ‘gmake’ to build SDL 0.9.13 for sunos

x11
make/Configure.sh: GenSubsystemFlags: not found
make/Configure.sh: GenMakeFlags: not found

Please type ‘gmake’ to build SDL for sunosOn Tue, 25 May 1999, you wrote:

The SDL library has been updated to use GNU make, since all the demos
require it, and it allows me to get rid of the symbolic link hacks.

Please check it out and let me know if it works well for you.

If you have access to irix, osf1, or sunos, please see if you can
get the architecture-specific portions of the build to work for you
(take a look at make//functions and see what needs to be done
for your platform, and then copy make/linux/* to make//* and
edit them


perhaps you can tell me what I have to do…

btw, why dont you use autoconf/automake - ?

The SDL library has been updated to use GNU make, since all the demos
require it, and it allows me to get rid of the symbolic link hacks.

Please check it out and let me know if it works well for you.

If you have access to irix, osf1, or sunos, please see if you can
get the architecture-specific portions of the build to work for you
(take a look at make//functions and see what needs to be done
for your platform, and then copy make/linux/* to make//* and
edit them
kewl, if I knew how… this is the error with the Linux config and Linux rules
files
***

Please type ‘gmake’ to build SDL 0.9.13 for sunos

x11
make/Configure.sh: GenSubsystemFlags: not found
make/Configure.sh: GenMakeFlags: not found

Please type ‘gmake’ to build SDL for sunos


perhaps you can tell me what I have to do…

I added a sample configuration for SunOS to the latest CVS snapshot.
Can you test it?
http://www.devolution.com/~slouken/SDL/download.html

btw, why dont you use autoconf/automake - ?

I don’t know how to use it and don’t have time to learn. :slight_smile:
Wanna try it? You have to cover Linux, SunOS, Win32 and BeOS.

-Sam Lantinga				(slouken at devolution.com)

Lead Programmer, Loki Entertainment Software> On Tue, 25 May 1999, you wrote:

“Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature”
– Rich Kulawiec

I added a sample configuration for SunOS to the latest CVS snapshot.
Can you test it?
http://www.devolution.com/~slouken/SDL/download.html
I just did a cvs update and everything works great !!!

btw, why dont you use autoconf/automake - ?

I don’t know how to use it and don’t have time to learn. :slight_smile:
Wanna try it? You have to cover Linux, SunOS, Win32 and BeOS.
Hehe, now it works with Solaris, so I dont need to :slight_smile:
Perhaps I’ll do it when I have more time…

cu
Manuel

PS: I think I never said it, but your SDL’s really great ! :wink: