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BUILD: Deduplicate install targets #2998

merged 1 commit into from May 7, 2021


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@orgads orgads changed the title Dedup install BUILD: Deduplicate install targets May 4, 2021
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criezy approved these changes May 6, 2021
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That looks good to me.

The only comment is that it feels a bit strange to create the $(DESTDIR)$(bindir) and $(DESTDIR)$(libdir)/scummvm/ directories in the install-data target. I understand it avoids duplicating those two lines in the install and install-strip targets, but the install-data target does not copy any files to those directories, and only the install and install-strip do. So to me it seems it would maybe be a bit more logical to create the directories in the install and install-strip targets.

@orgads orgads force-pushed the orgads:dedup-install branch from b93e285 to 6200339 May 7, 2021
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@orgads orgads commented May 7, 2021


@orgads orgads merged commit eef5a81 into scummvm:master May 7, 2021
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