On Wed, Jan 26, 2000 at 04:31:02PM +0000, Justin Mason wrote:
> heck the autoconf documentation at gnu.org as well.
and www.netsoc.ucd.ie/~albertw/autoconf.html :)
(no I havent got around to doing the 'minimum you neeed to know about autonf' tutorial yet...)
> > AC_SUBST(HAVE_PAM)
most of these are standard macros that should be explained (or should that be confused) in the docs.
> > AM_CONDITIONAL(HAVE_PAM, test "$HAVE_PAM" = 1) # What these mean ?
This could be a macro that they wrote themselves?
>The script Kate sent to the list is configure.in,
>ie. an autoconf *INPUT FILE*
yea but there is a tool called autoscan I think that will trawl through your code and make a basic configure.in. it wont make the AC_WITH() stuff for you though :)
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