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Timestamp:
Dec 22, 2008, 5:54:17 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
Peter
Message:

adding some targets that should be used at release time. closes #472

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  • trunk/README.developer

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    3030http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/manual/libtool.html#Debugging-executables
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    32 = Enable svn-clean =
     32= Enable svn-support =
    3333
    34 While `make distclean` will remove most generated files and leave you
    35 in a state as though you just unpacked a dist, it is sometimes useful
    36 to remove even more files. For this purpose there exists a target
    37 `svn-clean` that will remove all files not under subversion control,
    38 in other words, leave you in a state as though you checked out a
    39 pristine subversion working copy. The target is not active by default,
    40 but can be turned on with `./configure --enable-svn-support`. Use with
    41 care!
     34If you are building from an svn wc, you may run '`configure`' with
     35option '`--enable-svn-support`' to turn on some extra make
     36targets. Most of the targets are useful at release time, i.e.,
     37probably not very useful for other developers than the release
     38manager. See '`build_support/svn_support.am`' for more details.
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