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[Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, Release-1-1f, create

From: Tom Tromey
Subject: [Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, Release-1-1f, created. Release-1-1f
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2016 15:16:21 +0000 (UTC)

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The annotated tag, Release-1-1f has been created
        at  0cecfa5ff2d15c991b9ab6d90ce8edb5c07fc72c (tag)
   tagging  3480a30b361a2b44e94ba26342dae751f64abaa3 (commit)
  replaces  Release-1-1e
 tagged by  Tom Tromey
        on  Sun Oct 6 08:01:38 1996 +0000

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------

Richard Kenner (2):
      (-vxsim*): New operating system.

Tom Tromey (39):
      Fixed bug with variable interpolation
      rewrote version handling.  handle := macros
      Fixed normal/post-install hook stuff
      Gnits standards compliance
      Bug fix
      Doc updates
      doc tweaks
      canonical host fixes
      doc nits
      bug fix
      Do some typo checking
      New tests
      more spell-checking.
      Don't distribute BUILT_SOURCES or DATA
      Don't distribute BUILT_SOURCES or DATA
      Allow config.h in subdir; other config.h cleanups
      More error checking
      Dependency bug fix
      added dist-all.  bug fix with internal _DEPENDENCIES vars
      start of --help/--version testing
      usage fixes
      dejagnu fix
      Always ignore comments when scanning a value
      Allow all variables to be overridden
      install-info --remove
      Don't require -lm everywhere
      Many bug fixes
      remake bug fix (for broken makes)
      Test fix for previous change
      better usage messages
      Added README-alpha
      Final updates
      work around bug in install-info


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