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Re: [GNUnet-developers] [patch] make distcheck

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] [patch] make distcheck
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 23:33:17 -0500
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On Saturday 15 March 2003 11:46 am, Glenn McGrath wrote:
> The attached patch
>  - Removes most Makefiles in the include directories.
>  - Adds a couple of extra headers.
>  - Some minor formatting changes for consistency.

Looks good, I've applied it to CVS.

> make distcheck now runs it reports a couple of errors in the tests it
> runs.

Can you be more specific? The conftest fails because the test-configuration 
file is not included in the "dist" directory, but that's no real problem. I 
don't get any other errors.

> Im not sure the include path's are optimal, there are extra directories
> specified that shouldnt be needed, not sure why they are there, they
> dont do any harm though. I will look into it.
> There are a few more files and directories that should now be removed in
> ./src/include

I saw that "afs.h" is still done as an EXTRA_DIST. Is there a specific reason 
for that?

> configure --with-gcrypt has a compile error, it is unrelated to this
> patch though (i believe)

- --with-gcrypt worked for me before and after I applied the patch. Report the 
details of the problem to Mantis (config.log, error messages, gcrypt and 
autotools versions, etc.), maybe we can then get to the bottom of this.

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