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[OBSD Programming] any conventional howto?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: [OBSD Programming] any conventional howto?
- From: Christian Schäfer <caefer_(_at_)_krachstoff_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2004 09:30:17 +0200
since I am pretty new to unix programming (the stevens is already
ordered! ;-) I have a lot of questions.
but the major ones have little to do with programming.
where can I inform myself about conventions like:
- how should my sources be (folder-)structured
- are there any standards for writing makefiles
- how to write a man page
- what will I have to consider to make my project compilable on most
- is it necassary to use configure and how
- what does it need to make a project/programm complete
I tried anjuta for development once and it created a structure and a lot
of stuff before I wrote the first line of code. what was all that stuff
and do I need it?
right now I decided to use eclipse/cdt for development.
the sources are stored in cvs on openbsd which is the primary target as
well. the developing clients are mostly running linux (gentoo).
is it possible to have two makefiles one for each platform?
thanks a lot in advance for any url, booktips or answers!
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