On Tue, 2007-07-03 at 00:34 +0200, Axel Thimm wrote:
Well, not "well written", but "trivial". Once you
start messing with
non-conventional, non-linear builds (just think tex) you start leaving
the safe harbour, and you can reverse the above: "complex Makefiles
almost never wokr wit hsmpt flags".
Out of 130+ packages I maintain, only 3 of them fail to build with
That's roughly 2%. IMHO, the guidelines should be for the most common
If smp_mflags doesn't work with your package, no sweat, take it out and
document it. But it should be the default, and all packages should try
to use it whenever possible.