1. 12 Dec, 2013 1 commit
    • Karl Wette's avatar
      Top-level build: use pkg-config to determine inter-library dependencies · 12604818
      Karl Wette authored
      - and paths to uninstalled data files, and Octave and Python modules
      - use Automake AM_CFLAGS, etc. variables for compiler/linker flags,
        reserving CFLAGS, etc. for the user per GNU coding standards
      - new macro LALSUITE_CHECK_LIBRARY_FOR_SUPPORT for checking config headers
      - refs #1071
      Original: 349a041f22bf68574ed37238c5fb205d71929706
      12604818
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  8. 18 Nov, 2009 1 commit
    • Adam Mercer's avatar
      remove top-level packaging scripts · c3b12129
      Adam Mercer authored
      The long term development goal of LAL is too split it up into
      multiple packages that can be independantly released, when required. The
      top-level packaging scripts are therefore against this effort. As there
      are no plans to create monolithic lalsuite packages this patch removes
      the packaging scripts that are adding an unnecessary maintenance burden.
      Original: 2f32d377682c9d563081c486ba63d2e8f4b6a0ce
      c3b12129
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    • Jolien Creighton's avatar
      top-level lalsuite configure functionality · 0bf9add4
      Jolien Creighton authored
      Adds functionality so that you can configure both lal and lalapps from a
      top level configure script.  There is a 00boot that calls lal/00boot
      and lalapps/00boot and then there is a top level configure which will
      configure both lal and lalapps.  The top level Makefile then makes both
      lal and lalapps so that they can be installed together.  The lalapps
      configure script is significantly modified to allow this.
      Original: ae2e5c98f3832d544098910ae2c0ebed83232f60
      0bf9add4