[MinnowBoard] Regarding GSoC Project
John 'Warthog9' Hawley
warthog9 at eaglescrag.net
Sat Mar 21 17:04:58 UTC 2015
On 03/20/2015 10:32 PM, Tushar Rajput wrote:
> For the past days I was consulting Make Documentation to get the deeper
> knowledge in that area and I thought that this would be better for
> resolving the issues of current build system because it would be the
> least tedious path.
> As I was working on GSoc application and wants to add this function as
> a primary solution for cleaning up the build system .Which do you think
> would be more efficient and beneficial for the build system, either
> re-working the shell or converting it to the Makefiles ?
I don't know, mainly because I can see both approaches as being useful
to people. In it's simplest form just re-working the shell script may
be enough, and obviously offers us a lot more flexibility than
Makefiles. On the flip side Makefiles mean just typing `make` and
having something build. I'm happy to entertain both approaches, and if
a student is feeling particularly adventurous it's possible to do both
with a little bit of planning.
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