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Re: address@hidden: Bug#110264: parted_1.4.17-1 fails to autobuild on m6
Re: address@hidden: Bug#110264: parted_1.4.17-1 fails to autobuild on m68k]
Fri, 31 Aug 2001 13:33:29 +1000
On Thu, Aug 30, 2001 at 06:55:57PM -0700, Rick Younie wrote:
> Timshel Knoll wrote:
> > Hi Andrew et al,
> > Just recieved this bug report - can you see any reason why this would be
> > happening? It seems pretty wierd, considering that it built fine on all
> > other architectures ...
> > The problem seems to be that config.status is looking for the absolute
> > path /po/POFILES.in, which of course doesn't exist. I don't have the
> > config.status that was used in the build, but I am now having a similar
> > problem on my box: $ac_given_srcdir is not set:
> > if test -f "$ac_srcdir/$ac_dir/POTFILES.in"; then
> > rm -f "$ac_dir/POTFILES"
> > echo creating "$ac_dir/POTFILES"
> > sed -e "/^#/d" -e "/^[ ]*\$/d" -e "s,.*, $top_srcdir/&
> > \\\\," -e "\$s/\(.*\) \\\\/\1/" < "$ac_given_srcdir/$ac_dir/POTFILES.in" >
> > "$ac_dir/POTFILES"
> > echo creating "$ac_dir/Makefile"
> > sed -e "/POTFILES =/r $ac_dir/POTFILES" "$ac_dir/Makefile.in" >
> > "$ac_dir/Makefile"
> > fi
> > As you can see, the test is for $ac_srcdir/$ac_dir/POFILES.in, but the
> > sed command is passed $ac_given_srcdir ... seems like this is probably
> > an autoconf/gettext issue
> What versions of the tools are you running? autoconf/automake/libtool
> are going through some pretty trying times. It would be nice to just
> get this sucker built and uploaded and let the tools problem sort
> itself out later. Maybe woody versions?
It currently uses upstream's autoconf-ised stuff ... looks like it's
been generated with autoconf 2.50, maybe I should re-run autoconf on it
and upload a version with that ...
I just checked, and running aclocal and autoconf seems to fix this
issue, so I'll build and upload 1.4.18-1 with these changes.
Andrew, could you please could update your gettext? This works fine for
me with 0.10.39 ... it looks like the bad code is in the AM_WITH_NLS
macro which is defined in gettext.m4 ...
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