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Automake and the Hurd

From: Jeff Bailey
Subject: Automake and the Hurd
Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 21:18:27 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.28i

For those who were asking me about an automake version of the Hurd's
build environment, I've partly resurrected it, and placed it in

It doesn't fully compile yet, so don't rush out to download it, this
is mostly an in-case-I-get-hit-by-a-bus upload.  Specifically:

o libthreads/i386/csw.S is certainly being compiled wrong

o A number of directories haven't been finished.

o I bumped all of the shared library versions to 1:0:0, becuase I
didn't want to take the time yet to try and wrestle libtool into
honouring our "0.3" version.

What it *does* do so far:

o All of the library directories produce libraries.

o ext2fs.static and some others get generated, so theoretically, if
libthreads compiled right, you could boot.

o By that you can guess that the mig stubs are being generated

This is all using automake 1.4, so that I didn't need to bump to a
newer autoconf.

Jeff Bailey

learning from failures is nice in theory...
but in practice, it sucks :)
 - Wolfgang Jaehrling

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