Let's look at another build system
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu May 14 16:25:27 UTC 2020
In message <CAJ6ZYQxTCZO7gS0_o7iehr2gYOJ58XKheOaPxW1zSRO68hfK9w at mail.gmail.com>
, Guillaume Quintard writes:
>I'm going to vote for "that freeBSD port is absolutely bonkers and probably
>deserves the behind-the-barn treatment", specially considering the debian
>dependency graph: https://ibb.co/YdXMHRZ
The FreeBSD graph is a fully recursive "all dependencies" graph, both for
building and running, the debian graph seems to be truncated somehow,
because otherwise that would be a very handicapped py3 instance.
And as I said: meson is probably not to blame, I just wanted to illustrate
>I'm not fully against rolling out our own system, but for the love of all
>that is holy, let's not base it on Make.
If all you use make(1) for is running processes, it's as good as anything
(except maybe jam(1)). The hard part about make(1) is getting _all_
your dependencies recorded _correctly_ in the makefile.
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