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The root directory of AROS contains this:
Init file for the GNU Debugger gdb.
Local macros for GNU autoconf.
This directory contains all generated files under the name of your OS (eg. AROS/bin/linux/). This directory is called $(ARCHDIR). Below this are two more directories: $(BINDIR) where the files should be put which the end user should see and $(GENDIR) where you can create a directory to put all files one part of AROS needs (eg. libs/ or os/). The directory $(OSGENDIR) is below $(GENDIR) and all *.o files in this directory are collected to the AmigaOS.lib.
The C compiler for AROS. It contains include files, the source for amiga.lib and c.lib and the source for the compiler and all compiler specific utilities.
This directory contains the dirty stuff. Code which makes AROS live (mostly hacked up assembler code which you don't want to see). Anything is allowed inside this directory in order to make AROS work on as many hardwares as possible.
This is a script which examines your system and creates a file named AROS/config/host.cfg which is used by the makefiles. Run autoconf if it doesn't exist.
Source file. Run autoconf to convert this into a configure script.
The source for the documentation.
Our copyright license
This directory and it's contents are ignored by AROS. You can put alpha stuff here if you want to avoid CVS complaining about it.
File with options for the make. If you want to change an option, create a file make.opts and put your changes there. The most simple method is just to copy make.defaults to make.opts.
This file is used by configure to create make.defaults.
Config file for MetaMake
This file is used by configure to create mmake.config.
This is the magic file which holds the whole thing together. It has the following rules:
Things which are internal parts of the OS.
Scripts which are used to generate code.
Testsuite for AROS.
This contains build tools.
The disk-based part of AROS.
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