Codebase and Building on *BSD

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3 years 8 months ago #8479 by krell
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I was browsing the posted changelogs and doing some manual merging when I noticed the following commit:

Make builds work on FreeBSD and OpenBSD (#58)

My copy of the codebase hasn't been in a while so I was surprised to see this. I haven't had any issues compiling and getting tbaMUD to run on my OpenBSD machine as long as I use gmake. Have there been changes that have affected the build on *BSDs since then? I follow -current on said machine so perhaps that also might make a difference.

I'll dl a copy of the mud to my laptop running the same just to compare. In the meantime, thoughts?

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3 years 8 months ago #8484 by thomas
Replied by thomas on topic Codebase and Building on *BSD
The change removes two "requirements" - you no longer need the two utilities wildcard and patsubst. If you had those already, you should not feel the difference. In this case, adding new .c files will require you to add them here as well.

Also, apparently, Cat checked out the code with windows-style line endings in the util/ . I suspect this may have been a missing --crlf option in her command causing it. Either way, it works.

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