Lars Hecking wrote:
>> > > AM_CONDITIONAL(HAVE_PAM, test "$HAVE_PAM" = 1) # What these mean ?
> > #defines HAVE_PAM in your config.h if $HAVE_PAM = 1
>> Nope. These conditionals are used in Makefile.am and evaluated by
> automake. Depending on the outcome, configure then enables or disables
> the corresponding rules in Makefile.
Thank thee for the correction. A feature I'm sure I will find useful
Actually I might find them useful this evening.
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