From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-02 03:24:53
On Tuesday 31 May 2005 18:31, Pedro Ferreira wrote:
> >> Have I missed an update on
> >> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jamboost/message/9117 ?
> > No, the <name> feature is still not there. Does "_d" stands for "debug"?
> > Then,
> > maybe using the full-blown <tag> feature would be a better approach?
> I'd say both are useful: <name> for the simplest cases, <tag> when more
> control is needed.
I now remember yet another problem with <name>. If we allow to use it
everywhere where <tag> is OK, then what does the following means:
lib a : b : <name>liba ;
Is this a prebuilt library that simply depends on 'b'? Or is it regular
library, which a different name?
You see, <name> unfortunately and inadvertently became overloaded, and I don't
know which of the overloaded meanings is easier to kill.
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