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Re: first time automaking question

From: Alexandre Duret-Lutz
Subject: Re: first time automaking question
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 08:49:03 +0200
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>>> "Sean" == Sean Finney <address@hidden> writes:


 Sean> - create a

 Sean> - re-run aclocal
 Sean> - re-run autoconf
 Sean> - run automake (--foreign :^>)

`autoreconf' can do these three steps for you

 Sean> also, when i take the source over (after make distclean), the 
 Sean> first time i run make on the other machine I get a bunch of friendly
 Sean> and informative error messages from the 'missing' script about the
 Sean> missing am programs.  the funny thing is I only get this once, and then
 Sean> it shuts up... is there any way i can disable that (I don't expect
 Sean> my prof to be modifying my

Try to use `make dist' to make a tarball, and carry this tarball
instead.  You could have some timestamp wrong when making a
tarball manually (I'm assuming that's what you did).
Alexandre Duret-Lutz

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