From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-23 16:40:49
[2003-06-23] klapshin wrote:
>> I'm not sure I understand. I plan that the above syntax will create
>> symlinks: "hello_debug" and "hello_release" --- "hello_symlink" will
>> a name of main target. Also, why should I call symlink rule twice? I
>> see any reason yet....
>Well I guess I misunderstood your proposition. I thought you were
>suggesting to tweak symlink rule to allow <location> feature and use
>> > > symlink hello_symlink : hello :
>> > > <variant>debug:<location>hello_debug
>> > > <variant>release:<location>hello_release
>> > > ;
>in addition to regular symlink rule which creates 'hello_debug' and
>'hello_release' links. But apparently you are about to rewrite
>symlink, right? That would be perfect!
Some questions, because I forgot the answers... What's the difference
between <location> and <name> ? And therefore why use <location> instead of
<name> in this case?
And a question for Volodya... Would the current syntax of:
symlink hello_debug hellow_release : hello/<variant>debug
Still need to be supported, or desired?
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