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Re: cannot build from git/no daily snapshots

From: Bob Friesenhahn
Subject: Re: cannot build from git/no daily snapshots
Date: Sun, 16 Sep 2012 14:48:12 -0500 (CDT)
User-agent: Alpine 2.01 (GSO 1266 2009-07-14)

More results from machines here:

Solaris 10 SPARC / Automake 1.12.3 / GCC 4.3.4

112 tests behaved as expected.
20 tests were skipped.

FreeBSD 8.0 / Automake 1.12.3 / GCC 4.2.1

110 tests behaved as expected.
22 tests were skipped.

Ubuntu 10.10 / Automake 1.12.3 / GCC 4.6.1

ERROR: 119 tests were run,
7 failed (5 expected failures).
13 tests were skipped.

It is interesting that there are failures under GNU/Linux.

This is what I get on my MinGW Windows install which is sharing the same libtool source tree via CIFS but does not have any 'git' program available and might misbehave if it did. The install does have an available Autoconf and Automake but not of the same vintage used to bootstrap the directory.

$ gmake check
/bin/sh: line 13: git: command not found
/bin/sed -e s|@MACRO_VERSION\@||g -e s|@MACRO_REVISION\@|UNKNOWN|g -e s|@MACRO_SERIAL\@|0|g -e s|@PACKAGE\@|libtool|g -e s|@PACKAGE_BUGREPORT\@|address@hidden|g -e s|@PACKAGE_URL\@||g -e s|@PACKAGE_NAME\@|GNU Libtool|g -e s|@package_revision\@|UNKNOWN|g -e s|@PACKAGE_STRING\@|GNU Libtool|g -e s|@PACKAGE_TARNAME\@|libtool|g -e s|@PACKAGE_VERSION\@||g -e s|@VERSION\@||g '/uhome/src/gnu/libtool-head/m4/' > '/uhome/src/gnu/libtool-head/m4/ltversion.m4' CDPATH="${ZSH_VERSION+.}:" && cd /uhome/src/gnu/libtool-head && aclocal-1.12 -I m4
/bin/sh: aclocal-1.12: command not found
csmake: *** [/uhome/src/gnu/libtool-head/aclocal.m4] Error 127

Please make it so that it is possible to use a source tree which has a .hg directory even if there is no 'git' program available and even if autotools are not the exact same version used to bootstrap the tree.

There is no telling what this command is trying to do but it seems doubtful that it has anything to do with 'make check'.

Bob Friesenhahn
GraphicsMagick Maintainer,

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