Winelib and SCons
dank at kegel.com
Thu Feb 17 00:40:02 CST 2005
> Then, the developer needs to write his own makefiles and hammer autoconf
> and stuff into working right. This is the hard part, and it's where I
> gave up when trying to port Miranda Instant Messenger with Winelib even
> though it worked in MinGW. There are many other open source Windows
> apps out there that I'd like to try porting (say, eMule), but they're
> currently all written in Visual Studio and getting Visual Studio support
> into Winelib has been on our perpetual todo list for some years now.
I doubt SCons will help here in any substantial way.
Its chief appeal seems to be to people who like using
python for everything, and who like badmouthing make.
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