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Re: Do nested subdirs of source always require building temporary librar
Re: Do nested subdirs of source always require building temporary libraries you don't install?...
Sun, 20 Apr 2003 15:39:48 -0700 (MST)
Thanks for the info. You are right that you can add paths to source files
on xyz_SOURCE line. If I didn't want to add paths (e.g. I had
a *ton* of directories and files) then I *must* make
a noninst_LIBRARY line and do a temporary non-installing library
i.e. These are the *only* 2 alternatives right?
P.S. If I did a noninstalling library would I need
AC_CONFIG_RANLIB macro *in general* if I wanted
portability beyond just Linux and Solaris??
> Is it really true you need to make a library just to have multiple
> levels of source?
> I can't believe it.
It's not true, you can have:
> And do you need AC_CONFIG_RANLIB in configure.ac as well?
Not if you only run on platforms that don't require "ranlib" - Linux and
Solaris for example.