[packaging] libapr README url fix patch
Dale Lukas Peterson
hazelnusse at gmail.com
Wed Mar 6 14:00:24 UTC 2019
Things got busy at work. I haven't forgotten about this but it will
likely be the weekend before I can come back to it.
On Mon, Mar 4, 2019 at 6:12 AM Dale Lukas Peterson <hazelnusse at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Boris,
> Excellent. I will try to prepare a patch this afternoon when I get home from work. I'll be sure to add you as a reviewer.
> On Mon, Mar 4, 2019 at 6:02 AM Boris Kolpackov <boris at codesynthesis.com> wrote:
>> Boris Kolpackov <boris at codesynthesis.com> writes:
>> > So, based on this, I would suggest that we wait to hear from Phil
>> > and then decide on the course of action.
>> Ok, I've heard back from Phil and he is keen to get build2 support
>> So, as mentioned in my previous email, I would suggest that you use
>> the Boost.Predef PR as an example. I would also be happy to review
>> your work before you submit a PR upstream.
>> I've also browsed around the Catch2 repository and have a couple of
>> 1. They seem to be moving to the <catch2/catch.hpp> inclusion scheme
>> which is a good thing and we should follow along. This seems to
>> be only currently implemented for single_include/.
>> 2. There are a couple of problematic entries in their .gitignore file,
>> specifically, 'Build' and '*.build'.
>> In fact, ignoring 'build/' appears to be a common practice in CMake-
>> based projects and the fact that it makes conversion to build2 more
>> difficult was mentioned to me before. There is an idea of supporting
>> an alternative naming scheme for build2-related files and directories
>> that I am planning to look into in the next few days. I will keep you
>> posted about the results.
>>  https://build2.org/build2-toolchain/doc/build2-toolchain-intro.xhtml#proj-struct
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