Re: [Evolution-hackers] new to Evo dev. Which make target?

Yes you have to do make install.

Yes it totally sucks.

I think it's due to libtool.

If you want to catch program flow, usually gdb is more useful anyway.

On Thu, 2005-08-11 at 19:44 -0700, bill wrote:
> Another newbie question, folks...
> I'm making small changes to catch the program flow.
> But when I add a little g_printf, in order to see my
> change, I have to make install.
> I've tried make all, make install-exec and just make,
> to no avail.
> I can't see any other targets to try, and make install
> does a lot of unnecessary(?) stuff.
>  I'm doing this in my Evolution data server directory:
> /home/bill/Development/Source/MyEvolution/evolution-data-server-1.2.1
> make all
> prefix=/home/bill/Development/Source/MyEvolution
> exec-prefix=/home/bill/Development/Source/MyEvolution
> The file I changed is
> calendar/backends/file/e-cal-backend-file.c
> I understand the basics of make, but these are more
> sophisticated than any I have ever come across.
> Bill
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