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Re: m4 installed but bison still says it is required after it is there -

From: frank harrington
Subject: Re: m4 installed but bison still says it is required after it is there - is there a freeze switch for m4 ?
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 03:48:50 -0800 (PST)

HP-UX 11.11 I do not believe had an M4 installed - I
was trying to install AIDE which complained that Bison
was required. Bison now says M4 is required so I
installed that and went back to installing Bison but
it is still complaining at the end of the
configure script. I have included the output of that
file as an attachment.

The m4 install went smoothly. I believe it is 1.4.4 

This is not a critical problem for us. I was not asked
to install these products. I just wanted to get it to
work and I still would like to do that. I mostly
thought you would want to know of an instance where it
does not appear to be installing correctly. I believe
I have done what it is looking for. 

I may try a link into /usr/local to see if that
satisfies the script.


--- Paul Eggert <address@hidden> wrote:

> frank harrington <address@hidden> writes:
> > I successfully installed m4; it is in /usr/bin
> You replaced the standard /usr/bin/m4?  What system
> are you running
> on?  Does the installed m4 work on its own?  What m4
> distribution are
> you using?
> > the bison configure file still complains that m4
> is
> > required even after it is present. The previous
> > message is about freeze files.
> Can you give us the exact output of the bison
> 'configure' run?

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