Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] ekiga.rc

>>>>>>>>> Is there a way to move ekiga.rc from root to win32?
>>>>>>>> 1) git mv ekiga.rc win32/
>>>>>>>> 2) make sure any file referencing ekiga.rc now searches for it in
>>>>>>>> win32/
>>>>>>>> Snark
>>>>>>> Could you please rename it so that the basename is distinctive, e.g.
>>>>>>> ekiga-rc.rc ? I ask this because eventually we can include
>>>>>>> compilation
>>>>>>> of the resources into the autoconf/libtool make process and then an
>>>>>>> ekiga.o file would be a bit dangerous I think. Additionally VALUE
>>>>>>> "SpecialBuild", CVS_VERSION in the resource file is a bit outdated.
>>>>>>> Now
>>>>>>> an EKIGA_REVISION is defined in src/revision.h . See attached patch
>>>>>>> as
>>>>>>> an example for how one could handle the Win32 resources.
>>>>>> Note that ekiga uses git now, so src/ info about revision.h
>>>>>> is
>>>>>> obsolete...  Is it interesting to resuscitate it?
>>>>>> --
>>>>>> Eugen
>>>>> Yes, I have seen that. I am still testing. Would something like
>>>>> #define EKIGA_REVISION "EKIGA_3_2_0-80-g80bf6d3" be acceptable in
>>>>> revisioin.h? It is based on the output of git describe, the 80th
>>>>> revision of tag EKIGA_3_2_0 I guess.
> It's ok for me.
> How did you obtain 80 and g80bf...?  I couldn't find them on
>, neither with git log on both trunk and
> gnome-2-26.  I didn't know it is possible to number the revisions (80) in
> git.

At a guess the g80.... is the short version of the git revision (it
uses the first 8 digits or something) and at a guess the 80 is the
local debian build number (because the git revs don't necessarily
increment in the way the average package management system would think
that a later than the previous version).


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