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Re: ignoring autoloads in preloaded files on Windows

From: Glenn Morris
Subject: Re: ignoring autoloads in preloaded files on Windows
Date: Fri, 09 Oct 2009 23:34:30 -0400
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Juanma Barranquero wrote:

> IIUC, the purpose of this patch is to avoid generating autoloads for
> preloaded files; but in my test this is not the case.

Thanks for testing it (I cannot).

If you grep for "skipped" in the output of `make autoloads', there
should be about 90 matches if it works.

If it is not working, I guess the file-name expansion is going wrong,
and the absolute file names are not matching. You don't need to
bootstrap to check it. Can you edebug batch-update-autoloads, and see
what is happening with the file-name expansion?

>> +                  (shell-command (format "make -C %s echolisp > %s"
>> +                                         mdir tmpfile))
> the make command used should either be customizable somehow (via
> nt/configure.bat, I suppose), or at least documented. nt/INSTALL
> mentions five likely names for the make utility: nmake (for MSVC),
> make, mingw32-make, gnumake and gmake.

Will (getenv "MAKE") DTRT on Windows?

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