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Re: Running configure without . in path

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Running configure without . in path
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 05:29:58 +0100 (CET)

> configure.in reads, at some point or other
>   . Version
> This won't work if `.' is not in the path.  It should read
>   . ./Version

Thanks - good suggestion (the reason I think it's a good suggestion is
that if I have a program called `Version' somewhere in my path (before . 
if I have . in the PATH), `. Version' will execute it rather than the
local script (which is not what we want), while `. ./Version' will always
execute the local script regardless of the fact you have a third party
program called `Version' in your path). 

So - I applied this change to CVS for both core/make/configure.in and

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