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Re: Failed test, 152: foreign.at:9 Libtool

From: Akim Demaille
Subject: Re: Failed test, 152: foreign.at:9 Libtool
Date: 25 Jun 2001 08:36:55 +0200
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| Akim Demaille <address@hidden> writes:
| > | libtoolize (GNU libtool) 1.0
| > 
| > Wow!  Congrats!  You are the winner in Libtool archeology :)
| Thanks ;-) I've never really used libtool, and appearantly noone else
| on that machine has felt the need to upgrade it.
| I tried the patch, and it doesn't quite work. The construct
| `libtoolize --version | sed -n '/^.* \([0-9][0-9.a-z]*\)$/{s//\1/;p;q;}'`
| results in the string "1.0", which doesn't match any of the patterns,
| as they require a space, " ", preceding the version number,
|   *" "1.[012]*     ) exit 77;;
| Removing either the sed-construction or the initial *" " in the
| patterns might work better.

Could you send me libtoolize --version?  Thanks!

| BTW, are there any docs on the autotest framework? I've seen several
| m4-based testing frameworks, including one or two of my own, so if
| autotest is general enough I think it can be a big win.

Not documented yet, as it is still slightly changing, and documenting
means committing.  But 2.52 will provide it as Autotest.

If you want to use it, just try to understand Autoconf's test suite.
I'll try to provide a documentation soon, not to be integrated in 2.51.

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