Re: compiling

Well, if you don't learn how make and configure work, then things are
going to be a wee bit hard for you.  If you plan on doing any serious
development, they are useful tools to learn anyways.

For learning make, I would recommend reading "Managing Projects with
make", by O'Reilly Publishing.  

Also, "Autoconf, Automake, and Libtool", by New Riders Publishing is a
good read for learning configure and related tools.


On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 13:40, Rui Homem wrote:
> Hi!
> This ain't hane much to do with GTK+ but...
> I started to learn about GTK using Glade since i was not a great
> programmer and doing so helped me to get some results real fast.
> Now that i understand GTK a bit more i wold like to build my apps all by
> myself, the problem is that i cant manage to understand aal the work
> around with makefiles and configure files. The GNU documentation happens
> to be to long and complicated for a newbie like me and all the other
> tutorials and stuff that i got from the internet reveal to be very
> confusing and inconsistent.
> Can any one point me a go place to start?
> somethimg like how to make an application step by step with examples, or
> maybe some good code for me to look at.
> Thanks a lot
> RH
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