Currently there are custom build scripts for compiling the various versions of the shell (release, release-debugger, debug, wordcode interp, etc.). All of these scripts end up just calling an lower level generic script and passing in a couple of args to tell the x-platform what to compile. If were ditched all of the wrapper scripts and put the information (x-platform script args) into the master.cfg then we could parse the config file to see what the build system is building and with what options. This is similar to bug# 527015 which did the same thing except for how the acceptance suite is run.
Created attachment 419931 [details] [diff] [review] compile-generic usage Remove custom build scripts and use the compile-generic.sh script. This patch also relies on bug# 463428 to fix x-platform building on windows64
Attachment #419931 - Flags: review?(cpeyer)
pushed changeset 3427:3a644bd16277 and 3428:e91f679d3c69
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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