Revision 137157 of MOZ FS LAYOUT

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  • Revision title: MOZ FS LAYOUT
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MOZ_FS_LAYOUT is a makefile variable, set by configure and autoconf.mk, which determines which style of build is being produced. There are only two valid values:

  • unix - Build files are produced in dist/bin and libxul is named using the standard shared-library naming scheme (libxul.so or xul.dll)
  • bundle - Build files are produced in dist/AppName.app and libxul is named as if it were part of a framework (XUL)

 

 

This variable exists mainly to distinguish the standard mac builds, which use the cocoa toolkit and bundles, from the Darwin/X11 builds, which use the unix structure.

 

 

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<p>MOZ_FS_LAYOUT is a makefile variable, set by configure and autoconf.mk, which determines which style of build is being produced. There are only two valid values:</p>
<ul> <li><code>unix</code> - Build files are produced in dist/bin and libxul is named using the standard shared-library naming scheme (libxul.so or xul.dll)</li> <li><code>bundle</code> - Build files are produced in dist/AppName.app and libxul is named as if it were part of a framework (XUL)</li>
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<p>This variable exists mainly to distinguish the standard mac builds, which use the cocoa toolkit and bundles, from the Darwin/X11 builds, which use the unix structure.</p>
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