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From: Bruce Korb
Subject: libposix
Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2010 12:40:50 -0700
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I'd still like to wrap up this thing, but it fails in a way
I've been unable to diagnose.

A reminder, the goal here is to produce a stand alone project
that installs a library and headers so that other projects
can reduce the number of configury tests required in order to
build.  The amount of time projects take to configure has become
quite ridiculous and this should solve that issue.

So, with that goal in mind, I have used this command:
   gnulib-tool --libtool --lib=libposix \
      --create-testdir --source-base=lib --dir=libposix \
to produce the base set of files.  That, however, is not
a stand alone project.  My script then goes on to try to
edit the thing into a stand alone project.  It fails thus:

>>mk_config> autoreconf -i
> libtoolize: `AC_PROG_RANLIB' is rendered obsolete by `LT_INIT'
> libposix/ @LTALLOCA@ used but `LTALLOCA' is undefined
> autoreconf: automake failed with exit status: 1
>>mk_config> die 'autoreconf -i failed'

and the cause of that is not obvious to me.

Attached is a copy of the script for anyone needing to run it themselves.
Thank you so much.  Regards, Bruce

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