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Re: Separate csharpcomp.sh, and a license problem

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: Re: Separate csharpcomp.sh, and a license problem
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2006 16:47:42 +0100
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Bruno Haible <address@hidden> writes:

> Simon Josefsson wrote on 2005-12-06:
>> >> Shouldn't csharpcomp-script and javacomp-script also invoke
>> >> AC_CONFIG_FILES on the scripts?  I need to do that manually now, and
>> >> gnulib-tool didn't tell me about it.
>> >>
>> >> I can't come up with a simple patch -- the AC_CONFIG_FILES statement
>> >> would have to include the directory somehow.
>> >
>> > You can probably assume that the .sh.in file is in the build-aux dir,
>> > i.e. in $top_srcdir/$ac_aux_dir, and that the .sh file will be put into
>> > the $top_builddir. Like for libtool for example. This should
>> > simplify things.
>> This doesn't hold for csharpcomp.sh.in, does it?  It is in lib/.
> I'm moving it to build-aux.

Seems fine.

>> >> Should we add another line in the modules-file, i.e.:
>> >>
>> >> Config-files:
>> >> lib/csharpcomp.sh
>> >
>> > I don't think this is needed.
>> Generating the AC_CONFIG_FILES statements like a good thing.  How
>> could that be achieved without a Config-files: statement?
> A line in the 'configure.ac:' section is sufficient:
>   AC_CONFIG_FILES([csharpcomp.sh:build-aux/csharpcomp.sh.in])

How would build-aux/ be substituted into $auxdir?  Should gnulib-tool
substitute 'build-aux/' in configure.ac:-statements to $auxdir?  I'm
not sure.


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