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[Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, Release-1-7-5b, crea

From: Alexandre Duret-Lutz
Subject: [Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, Release-1-7-5b, created. Release-1-7-5b
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2016 15:16:31 +0000 (UTC)

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The annotated tag, Release-1-7-5b has been created
        at  0267634edaf059732775ddfbb7683d13cf2dc0b8 (tag)
   tagging  ef37658cd6ab705718a0154c5b473021916f214a (commit)
  replaces  Release-1-7-5
 tagged by  Alexandre Duret-Lutz
        on  Fri Jul 4 22:54:17 2003 +0000

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

Alexandre Duret-Lutz (17):
      * Bump version to 1.7.5a.
      * automake.texi (maintainer-mode): s/Fran├žois/Fran@,{c}ois/.
      * automake.texi: Update @dircategory to match the Free Software
      * tests/dejagnu7.test: Check if runtest supports --status.
      * tests/alpha.test: Really run $MAKE.  Augment to test
      * (process_option_list): Record the location
      * (check_gnu_standards): Use no-installman and
      2003-06-15  Jens Elkner  <address@hidden>  (tiny change)
      Add Bernard Giroud -- see ChangeLog on 2003-06-13
      2003-06-27  Ralf Corsepius  <address@hidden>  (tiny change)
      * (scan_autoconf_traces): Check the expected
      * lib/depcomp (icc): Update to grok ICC 7.1's output.
      * tests/stamph.test, tests/package.test: Delete.
      * automake.texi (Optional, Dist): AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR files
      * lib/config.guess, lib/config.sub: New upstream version.
      * Bump vesion to 1.7.5b.

Paul Eggert (2):
      (dsttmp, rmtmp): Do not use '#' in file names;
      * lib/ (dsttmp, rmtmp): Do not use '#' in file names;


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