lennart at poettering.net
Thu Mar 27 17:20:13 PDT 2008
On Fri, 28.03.08 00:29, Sjoerd Simons (sjoerd at luon.net) wrote:
> > Hmm, depends. It's up to you. A #ifdef based solution might be useful,
> > i.e. conditional compilation of the RAOP and module-tunnel parts of
> > zc-discover. That way you'd be able to share a single source and build
> > two seperate modules of it. OTOH conditional compilation is a bit out
> > of fashion these days. The alternative might be to split zc-disocver
> > into three C files, and then compile two of them for one module and
> > then two others for the other modules, if you understand what I mean.
> Conditional compilation is indeed troublesome for distributions and most will
> choose to just compile with all options as long as that doesn't pull in major
> depends. But assuming that RAOP discovery is pure dns-sd. Then the extra code
> for ROAP in zeroconf-discover should be minimal right?
The way I recommended to do conditional compilation is via the same
mech as module-tunnel is currently built in two flavours. The
distribtion doesn't even notice. It's not exposed via configure. It's
just that the same source file appears twice in the makefile, with
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