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Re: [Enigma-devel] cvs-compiling

From: Tacvek
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] cvs-compiling
Date: Sun, 29 Feb 2004 14:14:23 -0500

Actually from what i can tell, th GNU Autotools, have some sort of similiar
built-in support, using progrmes named auto{gen,conf}-wrapper, that scan the
configure.ac and/or makefile.am, calling an old version or a new version as

I have corrisponded privately with michi, and will point out, that my config
seems nearly match his, and i get to the point where i can run configure,
but it will not build for me (on cygwin, I assume this was just tempory for
me, and have not tried more recently.)

But michi seems to still have this problem so FWIW:
He has:
AC 2.57-5mdk (old: 2.13-19mdk)
AM 1.7.6-1mdk (old: 1.4-23.p6.mdk)
I have:
AC 2.59 (old:2.13)
AM 1.7.9 (old:1.4-p6)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ingo van Lil" <address@hidden>
To: "FilE" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2004 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] cvs-compiling

> On 28 Feb 2004, FilE wrote:
> > =====================================
> >   bootstrapping ./lib-src/enet/
> > =====================================
> > /usr//bin/autoheader-2.13: Symbol `ENET_BUFFER_MAXIMUM' is not covered
> > /usr/share/autoconf/acconfig.h
> > /usr//bin/autoheader-2.13: Symbol `HAS_FCNTL' is not covered by
> > /usr/share/autoconf/acconfig.h
> > /usr//bin/autoheader-2.13: Symbol `HAS_GETHOSTBYADDR_R' is not covered
> > /usr/share/autoconf/acconfig.h
> > /usr//bin/autoheader-2.13: Symbol `HAS_GETHOSTBYNAME_R' is not covered
> > /usr/share/autoconf/acconfig.h
> > /usr//bin/autoheader-2.13: Symbol `HAS_POLL' is not covered by
> > /usr/share/autoconf/acconfig.h
> > You can now run configure and make.
> Looks like your autoconf is far too old. According to doc/HACKING enigma
> needs autoconf >= 2.5. And as far as I can tell that means 2.50 and
> above (bit of a strange release numbering scheme).
> My Linux distribution (Gentoo) installs both autoconf 2.13 and 2.58 and
> uses an environment variable (WANT_AUTOCONF) to determine which one to
> use. Maybe your distribution does something similar?
>         Cheers,
>             Ingo
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