[geos-devel] GEOS libraries

Ferdinando Villa fvilla at zoo.uvm.edu
Fri Aug 30 12:48:27 EDT 2002

I almost had a complete distro when Norman's tarball came in. It makes
one single library (shared through libtool and static) - also I was
writing geos-config and m4 support for configuring GEOS in other
distributions. Should I finish this (after you commit what we have) or
you guys are already beyond me on these things? btw, it's great to see
open source at work....

ciao ferdinando

On Fri, 2002-08-30 at 14:07, Paul Ramsey wrote:
> I certainly think we want one library, for sure. The individual 
> components are not much use on their own, I do not think...
> P.
> Martin Davis wrote:
> > Sounds fairly harmless to me to integrate the changes - except for the ones that comment out swads of the original source code, of course.
> > 
> > The idea of splitting out the tests into a separate dir is good.
> > 
> > Since there has been no dissension I assume the concept of putting everything in one library is a good one also?  I can't imagine why we *wouldn't* do that, especially given the knarly interdependencies.
> >
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