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Re: *Where* lots of _examples_ of Makefile.am/configure.ac'sforcomplex
Re: *Where* lots of _examples_ of Makefile.am/configure.ac'sforcomplex trees of source code?
Thu, 17 Apr 2003 20:23:16 -0400
On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 11:13:08PM +0100, Richard Dawe wrote:
> You don't need a configure.ac in every subdirectory. If your top-level
> configure.ac does all the checks you need, then that's enough.
> I think AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS is used when a package includes other packages that
> have their own configure scripts, e.g.: gdb, binutils, gcc.
Yup. AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS is only for those occasions when you
*want* a subdirectory to contain its own configure.ac. Even
then, you'll probably have other subdirectories that don't
contain their own, and thus aren't mentioned in AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS.
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|-_|/ > Eric Siegerman, Toronto, Ont. address@hidden
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My Wine works. However it crashes about half the time on startup.
Apparently their simulation of windoze API is getting too accurate. :)
- Kyle Sallee