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Re: bootstrap.sh oddities

From: Paolo Bonzini
Subject: Re: bootstrap.sh oddities
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2012 08:37:51 +0100
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Il 15/03/2012 21:36, Mike Frysinger ha scritto:
> seems like bootstrap.sh and bootstrap.sh.in are out of sync.  the latter 
> refers to mkostemp.c while the former uses mkstemp.c.
> as for having a .in at all, seems like it's just for the PACKAGE/VERSION 
> strings.  seems like it'd be simpler to just define those to dummy bootstrap 
> strings and drop the bootstrap.sh completely ?

In theory that is needed to associate sed reports to the version even if
the bootstrap script was being used.

But in the end I think time is ripe to remove bootstrap.sh completely.


> at any rate, running ./bootstrap.sh currently fails:
> $ ./bootstrap.sh
> + rm -f 'lib/*.o' 'sed/*.o' sed/sed
> + cd lib
> + cp alloca.in.h alloca.h
> cp: cannot stat `alloca.in.h': No such file or directory
> + exit 1
> -mike

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