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Wed, 14 Mar 2007 21:13:19 -0700
I'm trying to find a way to remove all the files that autoreconf -fvi puts
in my source directory. This feels like something that someone else must
have dealt with or at least thought about before. It seems like a --clean
option to autoreconf would do the trick. I'm happy to take a crack at it,
but could use a little guidance. Is there another way to make
and all the Makefile.in's generated from Makefile.am's
I'm also have in my head that it's OK to have the source directory on a
read-only file system but then these files would have to go somewhere else.
This isn't my goal, but perhaps they're related?
- autoreconf --clean,
David Byron <=