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On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 09:20:54 GMT, Olivier LAHAYE wrote: > Couldn't pkg-config tool be used to guess cflags and ldflags for some > libraries instead of own scripts + aida-config + ....? > > I mean, instead of hard coded values is config.sh, why not use the following: ? > > g4_qt_cxxflags=$(pkg-config --cflags QtCore QtGui) > g4_qt_gl_libs=$(pkg-config --libs QtOpenGL) > g4_qt_libs=$(pkg-config --libs QtCore QtGui) > g4_qt_version=$(pkg-config --modversion QtCore) > g4_qt_moc=$(pkg-config --variable=prefix QtCore)/bin/moc
I can do some testing on this, but I think it's more worthwhile to spend that time developing the replacement build system that should resolve these issues :-)
> BTW, it would be cool to have aida-config and root-config replaced by > pkg-config configurations (aida.pc and root.pc).
Indeed - ROOT already provide an m4 macro, so adding a pkg-config module(s) should be possible for them. Would be worthwhile to request it on their mailing list as I'm not sure how many of their developers also read this one.