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"rm -f core" in configure

From: Kenny Ho
Subject: "rm -f core" in configure
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2012 17:32:49 -0400


I am trying to convert one of my existing project to use automake but after I 
run autoreconf and tried ./configure, I an "rm: cannot remove `core': Is a 
directory" error.  So I look into ./configure and found "rm -f core" in the 
script.  Now my project actually has a directory name "core" but I don't think 
that rm command is related to my source.  Is the "core" directory reserved for 
use with automake?  Is there a way to work around this?

Kenny Ho

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