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Re: [bug-gnulib] Re: update use of gnulib-tool

From: Eric Blake
Subject: Re: [bug-gnulib] Re: update use of gnulib-tool
Date: Mon, 08 May 2006 20:38:13 -0600
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According to Bruno Haible on 5/8/2006 9:24 AM:
>> 2006-05-06  Eric Blake  <address@hidden>
>>      * gnulib-tool (func_version): Base copyright year on CVS date.
>>      (func_emit_header): New function.
>>      (func_emit_lib_Makefile_am): Use it.
>>      (func_emit_tests_Makefile_am): Likewise.
>>      (func_import): Likewise.
> Looks ok to me, except that I would call the function func_emit_header
> differently. ("Header" often denotes a .h file.) Can you call it
> func_emit_copyright_notice or func_emit_file_header, for example?

I went with func_emit_copyright_notice, and checked it in with that
change.  By the way, I noticed that the Makefile.am files originally
mentioned Automake, but the gnulib-*.m4 files mentioned Autoconf, when
describing configuration files that can use their package's license.  I
went with Autoconf for all four uses (since gnulib-cache.m4 is the only
one of the four that is intended to be checked in to CVS projects).  But
if anyone wants, I can change it to mention Gnulib instead of
auto{make,conf}, or to pass an argument to func_emit_copyright_notice for
which package name should be mentioned in the exception statement.

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