[freetds] Nightly build fails
Lowden, James K
LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Wed Mar 30 11:57:17 EST 2005
> From: ZIGLIO, Frediano, VF-IT
> Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 9:24 AM
> > According to last night's log, I can't currently construct a
> > snapshot.
> ... omissis ...
> > exit 1; fi; done
> > make: don't know how to make num_limits.h. Stop
> "make charset" in src/tds build num_limits.h
> I don't like to commit autogenerated files...
> perhaps a role like
> num_limits.h: numeric.pl
> perl numeric.pl > num_limits.tmp && mv num_limits.tmp
> in Makefile.am will suit. However I don't remember why for charset we
> don't have such role...
(I think you mean "rule".) Thanks for the pointer, Freddy.
I agree with you that num_limits.h shouldn't be in CVS. But it's a
little more complicated than adding just one rule.
The problem with not committing autogenerated files: teach autogen to
make num_limits.h when building from CVS, but to include num_limits.h in
the output of "make dist". The reason, you remember, is that people who
build from distributions and snapshots shouldn't need Perl. I know we
agree on that point; I'm just reminding everyone.
I just committed changes to src/tds/Makefile.am that I think meets these
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