||"Andy Willis" <email@example.com>
||Re: [cwmm-dev] Proposed sync merge of TW localization into v2.9 branch
||Wed, 22 Jul 2020 07:33:17 -0500
||CWMM Developers Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In <email@example.com>, on 07/22/20
at 01:06 AM, "Lewis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
>Speaking of which... Are there enough loose makefiles floating around the
> repo? Egad. It seems that every language has a makefile for something
>which could have been done with a single file a level or two above which
>was not NLV-specific. Oh, well. It's a process.
This is exactly how the xwp repo does NLVs. It's a style I prefer. A
project that insists on doing everything from a single top-level makefile
is probably a project I'm not terribly interested in working on.
When I need to make a small change to some file in some subdirectory, I
prefer to be able to drop into the directory and type make and be done
with it. I don't care to be forced to wait for a top-level make file to
figure out that 99% of the code does not need to be rebuilt.
This is my preference as well.