On Thursday 23 August 2001 12:18, Brandon Gillespie wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 12:09:18PM -0300, Steve Mosher wrote:
> > Ahh, rock on, and thanks. Now my slew of questions (coming soon!) will be
> > less redundant.
> > In the meantime, I've got one question that I don't think has been asked:
> > Why is coldcore, nearly 50K lines of code, all in one source file? Is it
> > simply that coldcc has no #include directive? If so, couldn't that be
> > easily fixed?
> > I've been trying to deduce a lot of the workings of ColdCore by looking
> > at the source, but 2 megs of source is difficult (to say the least) to
> > wade through.
> > I have a perl script kicking around somewhere that can be used as a
> > preprocessor to implement #include (as it works in C, effectively), IIRC,
> > I did build some decent recursion handling into it. I can provide a copy
> > of it if you think it would be useful.
> There is a script in the genesis distribution (bin/dumpsplit) which
> will split and merge a textdump file. The reason is that the textdump
> is really a raw 'export' format, and is not intended for general
> editing, but is still readable for emergency purposes.
Ahh, okay, so I'm just naive or ignorant. =) Good enough. Thanks again.