A guide to online information about Peltier thermoelectric by Paddock B.

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The Makefile rules for building and installation can also use compilers and related programs, but should do so via make variables so that the user can substitute alternatives. Here are some of the programs we mean: ar bison cc flex install ld ldconfig lex make makeinfo ranlib texi2dvi yacc Use the following make variables to run those programs: $(AR) $(BISON) $(CC) $(FLEX) $(INSTALL) $(LD) $(LDCONFIG) $(LEX) $(MAKE) $(MAKEINFO) $(RANLIB) $(TEXI2DVI) $(YACC) When you use ranlib or ldconfig, you should make sure nothing bad happens if the system does not have the program in question.

But be careful not to copy your outline structure, wording, tables or examples from preexisting non-free documentation. Copying from free documentation may be ok; please check with the FSF about the individual case. 7 The Release Process Making a release is more than just bundling up your source files in a tar file and putting it up for FTP. You should set up your software so that it can be configured to run on a variety of systems. Your Makefile should conform to the GNU standards described below, and your directory layout should also conform to the standards discussed below.

Stick to the generally supported options for these programs. For example, don’t use ‘mkdir -p’, convenient as it may be, because most systems don’t support it. It is a good idea to avoid creating symbolic links in makefiles, since a few systems don’t support them. The Makefile rules for building and installation can also use compilers and related programs, but should do so via make variables so that the user can substitute alternatives. Here are some of the programs we mean: ar bison cc flex install ld ldconfig lex make makeinfo ranlib texi2dvi yacc Use the following make variables to run those programs: $(AR) $(BISON) $(CC) $(FLEX) $(INSTALL) $(LD) $(LDCONFIG) $(LEX) $(MAKE) $(MAKEINFO) $(RANLIB) $(TEXI2DVI) $(YACC) When you use ranlib or ldconfig, you should make sure nothing bad happens if the system does not have the program in question.

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