"DarkWyrm" <bpmagic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > For quite a while there weren't really any official tests because > putting them together was very much a hack. That is no longer the > case > because the App and Interface Kits are far enough that you can use > most > classes to some degree. If you want to build the app_server and run > it > under R5 like Adi and Gabe and I do for development, you'll need to > add > two lines to your .profile: > > export COMPILE_FOR_R5=1 > export RUN_WITHOUT_REGISTRAR=1 BTW you don't have to put this in your .profile, you can also specify them on the command line, or call jam like this: $ COMPILE_FOR_R5=1 RUN_WITHOUT_REGISTRAR=1 jam Of course, you can also put that line in a script if you're a lazy typer :) > > > Amen to that. > > > I would volunteer to clean up the app_server repository a bit, > > > and > > > also to try to have it built for Haiku when target=haiku, and for > > > R5 > > > testing otherwise. > Fine by me. :) Okay, I'll try to do this next week, or maybe even tomorrow. > it would take me to jump to the Terminal and type it. Building takes > less time, too -- jam is nice when it comes to editing files, but it > just takes what seems like forever before it even starts compiling > anything. Then again, perhaps I'm just too impatient. Sure, BeIDE is a bit faster, but since Ingo made this stat cache server (that you have to run previously, though), it's not really a problem anymore (for me). > > As for target=haiku/r5, maybe there could be some information about > > this somewhere. I have only a very foggy idea, what this actually > > means I was referring to the arguments you pass on to the configure script, or what TARGET_PLATFORM says in build/BuildScript afterwards (you can override this with every jam invokation like above, too). > From the standpoint of power, yes, jam is *much* more powerful. I > just > happen to find BeIDE much easier for me to use. I apologize if things > have been confusing for you -- I am very right-brained in a lot of > respects -- I'm a musician, after all -- and many times what makes > sense to me is utter confusion for others. What a cheap excuse ;-) Bye, Axel.