Commit 20fd72d8 authored by Pascal J. Bourguignon's avatar Pascal J. Bourguignon

More cleanup.

parent 3d00f8a6
......@@ -3,3 +3,4 @@
*.fasl
*.sse2f
*.o
*.bak
......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ PREFIX=$(HOME)/quicklisp/local-projects
PACKAGES=$(PREFIX)
PACKAGE_PATH=com/informatimago
MODULES= common-lisp clext clmisc clisp susv3 rdp small-cl-pgms/botihn
MODULES= announces common-lisp clext clmisc clisp susv3 rdp small-cl-pgms/botihn
......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ clean::
if [ -r "$$module/Makefile" ] ; then \
printf $(LINE) ;\
printf ";;;;;; CLEANING $$module\n" ;\
$(MM) MODULE_PATH=$(PACKAGES)/$(PACKAGE_PATH)/$$module -C $$module $(CLEAN) ;\
$(MM) MODULE_PATH=$(PACKAGES)/$(PACKAGE_PATH)/$$module -C $$module clean ;\
fi ;\
done
@find . \( -name \*.abcl-tmp \) -exec rm {} \;
......
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Package structure vs. name structure
The hierarchial packages as implemented by `Allegro CL`, introduce an
inconsistency in the children-parent relationship between *packages*.
On one one hand, ``RELATIVE-PACKAGE-NAME-TO-PACKAGE`` and
On the one hand, ``RELATIVE-PACKAGE-NAME-TO-PACKAGE`` and
``PACKAGE-PARENT`` enforce that the parent of a package be an existing
package, and therefore when we have two packages: ``"R.A1.A2.A3.X"``
and ``"R.B1.B2.B3.Y"``, then cannot refer one to the other using the
......
all:001-relative-package.pdf
all: \
001-relative-package.pdf
clean:
-@rm -f 001-relative-package.pdf
001-relative-package.pdf:001-relative-package.txt
rst2pdf 001-relative-package.txt 001-relative-package.pdf
......
......@@ -3,6 +3,8 @@ all::
doc::
install::
include ../implementations.mk
CSS="/default.css"
RSTHTMLOPT=\
--leave-comments \
......@@ -13,6 +15,9 @@ documentation::html pipe-article-fr.asc pipe-article-en.asc
html::pipe-article-fr.html pipe-article-en.html
html.in::pipe-article-fr.html.in pipe-article-en.html.in
clean::
-@rm -f pipe-article-fr.asc pipe-article-en.asc pipe-article-fr.html.in pipe-article-en.html.in pipe-article-fr.html pipe-article-en.html
pipe-article-fr.asc:pipe-article-fr.txt
pandoc -f rst -t asciidoc < pipe-article-fr.txt >pipe-article-fr.asc
pipe-article-en.asc:pipe-article-en.txt
......
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