[openbeos] Re: Build changes

  • From: Korli <korli@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 21 Aug 2005 14:15:48 +0200

Andrew Bachmann a Ãcrit :

Prior to this change, all output went into an x86.R1 subfolder, regardless of the target platform (r5, bone, dano, haiku) or the debug level. Subsequent to this change you will notice that new builds will go into new subdirectories based on the target platform and debug level. For example: "configure" and then "DEBUG=1 jam" will yield a subdirectory: "x86.debug_1.haiku". "configure --target=r5" and then "jam" will yield a different subdirectory: "x86.release.r5".

This will help to keep objects for different targets separate. It also enables doing simulataneous builds for different debug levels and platforms.

Though I don't understand now how to make a partial debug haiku build with makehdimage ...
This change is in the way for me : I enable DEBUG for some parts I'm developing, and makehdimage doesn't find them...

I think I'll keep my old makehdimage and Jamrules ...


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