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Re: non-recursive automake

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: non-recursive automake
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 07:14:13 +0800
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Thanks for passing that along.  That example is generally how I've
done things for pspp.  Automake however still needs some development
before I think it can be said to *fully* support non-recursive make;
it's fine for the common cases, but things become a bit hairy when
dealing with the others.  

Hence, our files are less elegant than I would like in
regards to things such as the q2c files, and some texi files etc which
are auto-generated.  Also, some of the auxilliary directories, such as
gl and po aren't provided with non-recursive automake files.  Hence
these I have left as traditional recursive ones.

That said, the non-recursive automake seems to be working fine at the
moment (at least for me).


On Thu, Feb 16, 2006 at 12:47:22PM -0800, Ben Pfaff wrote:
     Hi John.  I don't know whether you read the automake lists, so
     I'm passing along a link to some information posted there today
     that gives some details on how to do non-recursive makes properly
     with automake.  I also haven't checked whether or how this is
     different from what you've already put into the reorg tree:

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