Autoconf working yet?
max at quendi.de
Fri Sep 28 05:24:13 EDT 2001
At 8:44 Uhr +0200 28.09.2001, Torbjörn Andersson wrote:
> > Normally, libtoolize should do that, in the bootstrap script. And in
>> fact it does for me.
>Not for me:
> $ libtoolize --automake --copy --force --dry-run
> rm -f config.guess
> cp -f /usr/share/libtool/config.guess config.guess
> rm -f config.sub
> cp -f /usr/share/libtool/config.sub config.sub
> rm -f ltmain.sh
> cp -f /usr/share/libtool/ltmain.sh ltmain.sh
>Hmm... If I read the documentation right, ltconfig has been
>obsoleted in recent versions of libtool anyway: "The tests that
>`ltconfig' used to perform are now kept in `libtool.m4' where they
>can be written using Autoconf."
Right! I was not thinking straight.
>I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean, but if I rip out all of
>the libtool stuff from acinclude.m4 and replace it with just
>it works. For me, that is. I don't know if this is the *right' way
>of doing it.
In fact, the proper solution is to rip out the stuff in acinclude.m4,
and *not* replace it :)
aclocal look through configure.in for all needed macros; it will thne
take the file acinclude.m4 and look for all those macros in there,
the ones it cannot find it looks for in $prefix/share/aclocal/*.m4,
these all are combined into the file aclocal.m4 then.
In my, case I just completl deleted the acinclude.m4; it is simply
needed for people who do not have smpeg/libmkimod/vorbis installed.
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