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Re: Use of config.h: summary of responses.

From: Andreas Schwab
Subject: Re: Use of config.h: summary of responses.
Date: Fri, 07 Jan 2005 14:23:07 +0100
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Stepan Kasal <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
> 4 months ago, Bob Friesenhahn <address@hidden> wrote:
>> > The fact of the matter is that some/many libraries have header files
>> > which are OS/CPU/compiler dependent and there has to be a way to
>> > record/work-around these dependencies so that the library headers work
>> > right.  This way is commonly known as 'config.h'.
> Resurrecting that ancient thread, Ian Lance Taylor writes:
>> Then we substitute in bfd-in2.h as we do in config.h, by adding it to
>> AC_CONFIG_FILES.  Then we install the result.
> you mean AC_CONFIG_HEADERS, of course.

In case of bfd-in2.h it's generated be AC_CONFIG_FILES.  It only depends
on the format of the substitution, either @FOO@ or #define FOO.


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