Mark bond wrote:
Sascha 'SieGeL' Pfalz wrote:
Mark bond wrote at 16.02.2005 10:40:25:
libusb wrapper: rwo
We have had no updates for autoconf/automake and berkleyDB in a
while (and no progress listed under the dev.amigaworld.net
Could all relevant people provide an update please (even if its just
to say you havent had time to work/look at it).
I'm sorry for being that silent all the time, I'm VERY busy at the
with a private project that hopefully result in some money when its
However I have now checked both autoconf and automake. Both are HUGE
scripts (automake is 220kb plain perl code!) and will be generated
bunch of *.m4 files (m4, sed, awk, bash are all required for build), and
both are created with the usual "configure; make;" calls. During the
perl on AmigaOS4 I cannot test any further, but from what I have seen
automake and the autoconf scripts (there are actually 5 or 6 that
make up autoconf)
are using plain perl code only, I have not seen any special modules
things that would stop them from running on a native perl installation.
I will update the according informations on the website l8er this
However I cannot take new jobs until end of february (the deadline
private project), after this is done I'm free for usage again.
OK, perl is (or will be apparently) available, we'll have to ask
someone, to ask on the developers list as to when it will be available.
I have tried to make Perl work with clib2, but I have not had the time
to finish it yet (if I can). If there is going to come a port (using
ixemul) of Perl with the new SDK (when it is going to get released), am
I not going to port it to clib2, as I have alot of things, that could
use my spare time.
hnl_dk is working on abc-shell which has apparently
come a long way
and should be ready soon.
at the moment Andy Broad is working very hard on abc-shell (I don't have
much time the rest of the month - should be better in the last half of
m4 is already ported and on os4depot so its just sed
and awk needed
now (for autoconf/automake anyway).
Yes, my m4 port is on os4depot... there is a sed included in the SDK...
and my port of awk is also on the SDK (I can release it to the public,
if needed - but you are able to find it on the SDK), so there should be
no problem with m4, awk and sed (I have not tested sed).
hnl_dk - Henning Nielsen Lund [Denmark]