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16 Aug 2001 12:02:04 +1000
On 15 Aug 2001 20:30:50 -0600, Tom Tromey wrote:
> >>>>> "Robert" == Robert Collins <address@hidden> writes:
> Robert> Makefile.am with
> Robert> DIST_SUBDIRS = foo
> Robert> and no SUBDIRS line won't itererate down into foo during make dist.
> Robert> Who'd want that? non-recursive automake :].
> Maybe we should just generate an error if someone defines DIST_SUBDIRS
> but not SUBDIRS? This seems like an odd case.
I used it (with
) to generate a non-recursive automake environment. The subdirectory
still needs a Makefile but we don't want to iterate down into it. Thus
DIST_SUBDIRS is a great tool to get the subdirectory included in the
dist tarball, and have the Makefile.am->in created.
- bug?, Robert Collins, 2001/08/15
- Re: bug?, Tom Tromey, 2001/08/15
- Re: bug?,
Robert Collins <=