just for the records, is there anything special I have to do if I want
to add new files/dirs to XrdClient with the new building scheme?
If everything goes well, in the next period I'd like to add some
modules and a directory containing test programs. How do I do that?
Derek Feichtinger wrote:
> I forgot:
> to reduce the current compilation output, type
> make silent
> (just filters the compilation lines with sed, stderr still visible). At some
> point one could introduce a config.h file, which is used to pass all the
> compile switches determined by configure to the preprocessor, so the awfully
> long compile lines would get shorter. But this requires adding a include
> directive to all source files, so I did not want to do it now.
> To build the test files (e.g. for crypto and mon stuff)
> make check
> They will never be installed by make install (the check target is just for
> compiling and running a package's tests. At some point one could add some
> active tests to this target).
> make distcheck
> this will ensure, that a generated tarball can indeed compile.