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Re: Non-recursive make with Fortran object files

From: Alexis Praga
Subject: Re: Non-recursive make with Fortran object files
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 11:52:18 +0100

On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Alexis Praga <address@hidden>wrote:

> Here is my answer. Sorry for not putting it into a separate mail.
> >> Generating stuff only when "make install" is issued seems
> counter-intuitive.
> >> Why are you doing this exactly?
> I need to generate test scripts after the configure step, and I do not wish
> to rebuild them each time the code is compiled, so install-exec-hook seemed
> a good solution.
> >> But Automake shouldn't clean scripts by default (as it is not unusual
> that
> >> they are not generated).  Is it cleaning them for you?  That would be
> >> a bug.
> Yes, there are cleaned. But as there are created by my custom hook, I think
> automake remove them as there are seen as "created by automake".
> --
> Alexis Praga

Actually, only the log files were deleted (and not the test scripts).
Sorry for the noise, everything is all right.

Alexis Praga

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