[Vm-dev] VM packaging for Cog transition
siguctua at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 00:25:55 UTC 2010
On 10 November 2010 00:40, Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 11/9/2010 1:42 PM, Igor Stasenko wrote:
>>> I'm missing something. The current structure allows for the above. If
>>> like to check out for example
>>> http://squeakvm.org/win32/release/SqueakVM-Win32-4.1.1-src.zip you will
>>> that the structure is -guess what- almost identical:
>> Huh? Are we talking about same things?
> Clearly we aren't, otherwise I wouldn't be so confused :-)
>> Take a look at our official SVN tree:
>> where winbuild?
> In platforms/win32/build. This is the proto-location and one can either
> build things in there or not. I choose to keep things separate but it's a
> choice I am making for my build setups. Others can make other choices.
>>> The generated sources are inside winbuild (for historical reasons) but
>>> are *very* clearly separated from the hand-written stuff. I'm not sure
>>> everyone is so excited about a layout that we already support?
>> Yes. Except that if you check out from svn, there is no winbuild.
>> If you mean that you packaging a VM source (in zip archive) ,
>> and there it contains winbuild dir, this is different.
>> We are talking about version-controlled repository with good layout
>> from very starting.
> I'm not sure what we are talking about. There appears to be an immense
> enthusiasm about the fact that - Lo and behold! - VMMaker can generate
> sources in different locations. What an amazing new insight :-)
hehe.. actually i were always using separate dir from very starting.
But on unixes its somewhat messy. For instance, i prefer to delete the
to know clearly that during build i using right location of generated
sources, and not interfering with ones which come by default from SVN
Since there is no point to keep multiple copies of generated sources
for each platform, i think they should be put
outside plarforms dir, into a separate (as Bert suggested) 'generated' dir.
So, then all platforms could use these files as a default location for
while of course we're free to use different one.
> Is this simply about checking the generated sources into SVN? Or the build
> setups? If so, let's just do that and get over it. It's a trivial little
> thing to do and really doesn't warrant this lengthy discussion. If not, then
> I'm still completely unclear what this discussion is supposedly about.
I'd prefer to have everything we need to be stored in SVN (err.. github ;) ),
so i just checking out, cd into some subdir, do make and voila.
'one click' for geek :)
> - Andreas
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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