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This list can be used for discussions about automake and its relations and
interactions with the other autotools (e.g., autoconf and libtool).
The discussion can range from simple "how-to" questions up to patches
and configuration philosophy. See also the Automake home page.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Automake Archives.

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