I have a makefile and a script that make it easier for me to compile and run leaksoup. Unless someone else has something better, it might not be bad to check this in so others can use it. (It would also be nice to put the leaksoup bits into a JAR file, but I couldn't get that to work. And it might also be nice to make this so it works more universally, but anyway...) There's also one other change in here that I found rather helpful :-)
To clarify, this patch doesn't cause the makefile to be executed, ever. You have to run gmake in gc/boehm/leaksoup/ to do that. And since I didn't make it so the dependencies work right (since I'm not sure how one does that with Java), I'd rather not... But I'll take another shot at making the Makefile.in more sensible. I'm curious now.
17 years ago
r=waterson. The second makefile works because javac compiles the transitive closure of the packages it needs, IIRC?
Yes, javac compiles all dependencies.
Checked in 2001-02-18 08:51 PST.