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Gary V. Vaughan
Thu, 29 Jul 2004 18:01:44 +0100
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After this patch, I installed the new automake HEAD (1.9a), and ran it in
top_srcdir with `reconfdirs=. ./bootstrap`. Then from a VPATH build
directory left over from the tests before that commit, I ran `make dist`...
the Makefiles regenerated themselves using automake-1.9a for the main
tree, and automake-1.8c for the test dirs, and continued on to generate
a working dist :-D
To more 50 minute bootstraps required.
Gary V. Vaughan wrote:
> * Makefile.am ($(top_srcdir)/config/ltmain.sh): Automake assumes,
> quite rightly for every project except libtool, that there will be
> an ltmain.sh in the source tree.
> (EXTRA_DIST): As do the dist rules it generates.
> (dist-hook): Even though we definitely don't want to distribute
> our local ltmain.sh.
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