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Perhaps you didn't understand the question. I know of many ways to generate things during module-building. What I don't know about is if there is an existing package which already handles .ph file dependencies. If not, what I don't know about is how to generate this sanely myself. I have a guess but I quickly run directly into shell quoting issues and guessing about what compiler options mean. It gets ugly rather quickly. Or... well... maybe it's possible to write a Module::Build plugin which could handle getting the compiler to find the syscall.h file.


Makefile.PL

WriteMakefile( ... CC => "$^X bin/fake-cc", # shell quoting matters here! );

bin/fake-cc

#!perl for ( map extract_paths( $_ ), @ARGV ) { # stash this somewhere, I guess. } # etc.

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In reply to Re^2: Declaring a dependency on syscall.ph (and getting it generated) by diotalevi
in thread Declaring a dependency on syscall.ph (and getting it generated) by diotalevi

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