DWT as lib or source include?

Frank Benoit keinfarbton at googlemail.com
Thu Aug 7 13:09:34 PDT 2008

Bill Baxter schrieb:
> On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 10:23 PM, Frank Benoit
> <keinfarbton at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> There are allways questions about the lib and linker problems.
>> I use for my own development only source include. That is for me OK in speed
>> and its the most reliable and easiest way to handle it.
>> Now i think about removing the default dsss build target to make libs and
>> remove it from the installation guide.
>> The dsss.conf files in dwt-linux/dwt-win/dwt-addons would no more have
>> dsss.conf file. Or perhaps just one to test compilation.
>> And the dsss.conf in dwt-sample just include the sources per relative import
>> path ( -I )
>> What do you think?
> What's wrong with switching the dsss files to "type=sourcelibrary"?
> That's what I already do with dwt-addons.
> --bb

it is still one more step that can be forgotten and makes it for me more 
difficult to give efficient support. There are still problems for ppl 
building the simples DWT prog.

I was more thinking about if build time and executable size makes the 
use of direct sources unacceptable for users.

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