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Gary V. Vaughan
Thu, 29 Jul 2004 19:29:28 +0100
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Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
> On Thu, 29 Jul 2004, Gary V. Vaughan wrote:
>> To more 50 minute bootstraps required.
Gah, that's what I get for using a dvorak keyboard, with n and t next to one
> Clearly something is wrong because I just re-bootstrapped using Automake
> 1.9 and the latest libtool and it took just a few seconds. I then ran a
> VPATH configure and build and that just took a few seconds as well.
> Testing takes the same time as before, so I guess testing is still ok.
Did you miss a :-) or is there actually something wrong (other than not
needing your 3.6GHz cpu anymore)?
Another side effect of this patch (aside from not needing to bootstrap
anywhere near as often) is that when you 'make check' the Makefiles in the
test directories will rerun automake et. al. if necessary, so a lot of
the same work needs to be done, only now it happens during make check.
Obviously, if you don't yet have ltmain.sh, or Makefiles in the test tree,
you'll still have to bootstrap...
Gary V. Vaughan ())_. address@hidden,gnu.org}
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