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Re: Issues using autoconf or automake

From: Jim Galarowicz
Subject: Re: Issues using autoconf or automake
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 15:53:48 -0700
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Hi Gavin,

I attached the main level file.
I will try:

autoconf --trace AM_CONDITIONAL

and post the results.

Thanks again!
Jim G

On 03/11/2014 03:30 PM, Gavin Smith wrote:
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 9:43 PM, Jim Galarowicz <address@hidden> wrote:
The ] and ) at 456 are the terminators for the AC_DEFUN declaration.  That
(big bold characters) is where they go to when I do the % key when on the
two characters at 456.

dnl if QTDIR is not default to /usr

And I see that AX_QTLIB is called from I still wonder if
putting it inside a AC_DEFUN is what is causing the problem, although
it seems like a reasonable thing to do. error: HAVE_QTLIB does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
Can you post the I tried looking at it at
but am getting an error message.

You could try "autoconf --trace AM_CONDITIONAL" to see if it is seeing

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