27 Aug 2008 pippin   » (Master)

my testbed buildsystem

Hytte is project skeleton, saving me from editing Makefile.am when adding, removing, renaming files to some projects. I use it on bug reports to larger scale 10kloc projects. It works very well for my development and testing purposes on linux based system with pkg-config supported dependencies. The hytte website contains a tutorial showing the steps often involved when I hack on something new.

I've found the makefile useful enough to distribute, along with it I bundle a setup I've been experimenting in babl and GEGL -- merging the website README and documentation.

Syndicated 2008-08-27 21:06:35 from codecave.org

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