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Re: path specified in SOURCE definition

From: Ganesan Rajagopal
Subject: Re: path specified in SOURCE definition
Date: 29 Aug 2001 10:48:28 +0530
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>>>>> "Fausto" == Fausto Sanchez <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
> Some or our developers have created their as such:

> bin_PROGRAMS = foo

> foo_SOURCES = foo.c foo.h bar/bar.c bar/bar.h

> Is it illegal to use paths in your source definition, I couldn't find
> anything in the book on this. 

It is illegal in automake 1.4.

> If this is illegal how does one go about > doing something like the above
> if the developers insist it to be done this way. Is it just a matter of
> creating another in the sub-directory, create a convenience
> library and link the executable with it?

Upgrade to automake 1.5 which was released last week.


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