mkmed automatically generates package build scripts and related files. Unlike make, mkmed works bottom-up, so it can infer information you would otherwise have to specify explicitly.
This package is discussed on the mkmed list. New releases are announced on the prjware-announce list.
mkmed is devoid of warranty and is distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 2. But that doesn't mean it's necessarily a good idea for you to distribute modified versions. (That includes repackaging.) I'd like to know if you plan to do that.
Older versions are published for historical interest.
You can get the latest development sources with:
$ git clone git://git.dogmap.org/mkmed.git
slashpackage is a good thing. You can
read more about it
here. If you don't already have
/package, create it (on any
filesystem you like, as long as it's accessible by the name
# mkdir -p /usr/local/package # ln -s /usr/local/package / # chmod +t /package/.
# sp-install mkmed-VERSION.tar.bz2
Or, if you like to do things manually, unpack the tarball and run
# cd /package # bunzip2 < /path/to/mkmed-VERSION.tar.bz2 | > tar -xpf - # cd prog/mkmed-VERSION # package/install
more detailed instructions.
#includedirectives may fail, or may include the wrong file. Workaround: arrange your files so that no file includes another file from a different directory.