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[Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, branchpoint-1-7, cre

From: Alexandre Duret-Lutz
Subject: [Automake-commit] [SCM] GNU Automake annotated tag, branchpoint-1-7, created. Release-1-7
Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2016 15:16:36 +0000 (UTC)

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The annotated tag, branchpoint-1-7 has been created
        at  e318add7bae12006c4e3d1163a04846e147d8700 (tag)
   tagging  c2d90d2ee1f1446cf6efe4d0ecdbd374b6da4041 (commit)
  replaces  Release-1-6f
 tagged by  Alexandre Duret-Lutz
        on  Wed Sep 25 20:17:13 2002 +0000

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

Alexandre Duret-Lutz (23):
      * Bump version to 1.6g.
      * (macro_define): Update a variable's location each
      * automake.texi (Yacc and Lex): ylwrap is used only when there is
      * Really check for Autoconf 2.54.
      * tests/cond5.test: Give more time to automake.
      * (handle_ltlibraries): Fill $libtool_clean_directories
      For PR automake/350:
      * lib/am/ (distcleancheck): Mention `in build directory'
      * tests/ (SHELL): Set it.
      * (read_am_file): Prefix included files with
      * tests/target-cflags.test: Build in `build/', not `obj/' because
      * (handle_single_transform_list): Revert the change
      * lib/am/ (clean-%DIR%LTLIBRARIES): Use $$dir in make
      * (output_texinfo_build_rules): Define %SOURCE_REAL%.
      * tests/specflags7.test (true_CFLAGS, false_CFLAGS, false.c): Use
      * NEWS: Mention distuninstallcheck.
      * (mdate-sh): Remove.
      * Check for 'tex'.
      * automake.texi (Optional, Options, Distributing, ANSI,
      run aclocal with -I aclocal-$APIVERSION
      * NEWS, Version 1.7.

Pavel Roskin (2):
      File for bootstrapping Automake from CVS.
      New section: `Working with CVS'.


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