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Re: bootstrapping CVS libtool

From: Gary V. Vaughan
Subject: Re: bootstrapping CVS libtool
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 14:38:15 +0000
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Scott James Remnant wrote:
| On Tue, 2003-11-25 at 13:24, Gary V. Vaughan wrote:
| You've just woken up, haven't you? :-)

Tragically, I've been up for 7 hours... I spent them driving my car to the
garage for a cam-belt change, walking back to my house to collect my
motorbike, riding that to another garage for its annual service, walking back
to my house again, trying to get my other car started for the first time in 2
months and then driving it to work.

I have to do it all in reverse in a couple more hours, assuming everything is
ready on schedule. :-/

|>Scott James Remnant wrote:
|>| On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 17:36, Bob Friesenhahn wrote:
|>|>On Mon, 24 Nov 2003, Scott James Remnant wrote:
|>|>>I use Autoconf 2.58 and Automake 1.7 (latest Debian packages, basically)
|>|>>to bootstrap and it works just fine.
|>|>The top of libtool's bootstrap script says:
|>|># Helps bootstrapping libtool, when checked out from CVS
|>|># requires at least GNU autoconf 2.58 and GNU automake 1.8.
|>|>Perhaps this comment is in error?
|>| Yes, says:
|>| AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = 1.7 gnu
|>| Though, I believe, if you use 1.8 it will take advantage of the new
|>| include stuff?
|>Yep.  That's right.  We could explain that in the comment in bootstrap instead
|>of lying... ;-)
| I'll leave you to make that ObviousFix :-)  I'm going to be too busy
| examining aclocal *glares at it ruefully* :p

Kay.  I have a couple of others to commit presently too.

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