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From: Mohammad Akhlaghi
Subject: [gnuastro-commits] master 103cbb4: Bootstrapping: images made similar to info or man pages
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2020 15:10:49 -0500 (EST)

branch: master
commit 103cbb4072cd23f2544e65c69c83dfc46f78d26a
Author: Mohammad Akhlaghi <>
Commit: Mohammad Akhlaghi <>

    Bootstrapping: images made similar to info or man pages
    Until now, we were building the images that go into the webpage and PDF
    book at the end of the 'bootstrap' script. But the bootstrap script is
    primarily for core programming components of Gnuastro. However, images in
    the book are like the man pages or info pages that should be built from the
    version controlled source and inserted into the tarball.
    With this commit, the call to build the images is now done within
    'doc/' step (during the 'make' phase, if they don't exist). But
    the images are already packaged into the tarball, so they won't cause a
    problem for a user unpacking the tarball.
    Also, while cleaning 'boostrap.conf', I noticed that the 'fdl' package is
    suggesting to include 'fdl.texi' in the version controlled source. So this
    is also done in this commit.
    This was suggested by Bruno Haible.
 bootstrap.conf       |  38 +---
 doc/      |  38 ++--
 doc/fdl.texi         | 505 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
 doc/plotsrc/Makefile |   8 +-
 4 files changed, 539 insertions(+), 50 deletions(-)

diff --git a/bootstrap.conf b/bootstrap.conf
index 30ecc14..e46682a 100644
--- a/bootstrap.conf
+++ b/bootstrap.conf
@@ -1,18 +1,10 @@
 # Bootstrap configuration for GNU Astronomy Utilities
-# This file will be read by the ./bootstrap script and everything that
-# is defined here will be replaced with the variables defined
-# there. ./bootstrap is a script made by Gnulib in order to run Gnulib
-# and any other operation that is necessary to do on the version
-# controlled source prior to running ./configure.
-#    - We have separated the variables defined here into three
-#      categories as clearly seen below. The main reason is that if
-#      Gnulib's template bootstrap.conf ever changes in the future, we
-#      know exactly which parts we have modified for Gnuastro and so,
-#      we can easily update this template.
+# This file will be read by the './bootstrap' script and everything that is
+# defined here will be replaced with the variables defined
+# there. ./bootstrap is a script made by Gnulib in order to run Gnulib and
+# any other operation that is necessary to do on the version controlled
+# source prior to running ./configure.
 # Original author:
 #     Mosè Giordano <>
@@ -188,25 +180,6 @@ bootstrap_post_import_hook()
-# Run other necessary operations after all the default bootstrap
-# operations are complete.
-  # Prepare all the figure formats for the various manual formats.
-  cd doc/plotsrc
-  make
-  cd ../../
 # Configuration variable values for Gnuastro
 # ==========================================
@@ -216,7 +189,6 @@ bootstrap_epilogue()
 # gnulib modules used by this package.
-    fdl
diff --git a/doc/ b/doc/
index 4aae045..eb3604b 100644
--- a/doc/
+++ b/doc/
@@ -26,14 +26,20 @@
 ## Set the shell
-BUILT_SOURCES = $(srcdir)/authors.texi
+# Built files that should be treated as sources for the main job.
+# img_representative: This is just one of the images that is used in the
+# book as a representative for all of them because they are all built with
+# one script.
+imgrepresentative = $(top_srcdir)/doc/gnuastro-figures/flatplane.txt
+BUILT_SOURCES = $(srcdir)/authors.texi $(imgrepresentative)
-## fdl.texi (The GNU Free documentation license in Texinfo format) is
-## bootstrapped from Gnulib. Therefore it is not in this
-## directory. However, it is needed by gnuastro.texi to build the
-## documentation. It is the job of AM_MAKEINFOFLAGS, to pass options to the
-## documentation build programs. BOOTSTRPDOC is defined in ''.
+## gpl-3.0.texi (which is just the GPL in Texinfo format) is bootstrapped
+## from Gnulib. Therefore it is not in this directory. However, it is
+## needed by gnuastro.texi to build the documentation. It is the job of
+## AM_MAKEINFOFLAGS, to pass options to the documentation build
+## programs. BOOTSTRPDOC is defined in ''.
 bootstrpdoc = $(top_srcdir)/bootstrapped/doc
 AM_MAKEINFOFLAGS = -I $(bootstrpdoc) -I $(srcdir)
@@ -47,8 +53,8 @@ TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi -I $(bootstrpdoc) -I $(srcdir)
 ## Commands to make the texinfo tools.
 info_TEXINFOS = gnuastro.texi
-gnuastro_TEXINFOS = $(bootstrpdoc)/fdl.texi $(bootstrpdoc)/gpl-3.0.texi \
-                    $(srcdir)/authors.texi formath.texi
+gnuastro_TEXINFOS = fdl.texi formath.texi $(srcdir)/authors.texi \
+                    $(bootstrpdoc)/gpl-3.0.texi
 ## Files not predefined by Automake, and not in dependencies that must
@@ -56,14 +62,20 @@ gnuastro_TEXINFOS = $(bootstrpdoc)/fdl.texi 
$(bootstrpdoc)/gpl-3.0.texi \
 EXTRA_DIST = genauthors README
-## We want to build the authors.texi file only when we are building in the
-## version controlled source. For the non version controlled souce,
-## deleting this file is like somehow deleting formath.texi, it will not be
-## rebuilt and result in an error.
+## We want to build 'imgrepresentative' and 'authors.texi' only when we are
+## building in the version controlled source (in other words: when
+## 'configure' has been re-built). For the non version controlled souce,
+## deleting these files is like somehow deleting formath.texi (a core
+## file), it will not be rebuilt and result in an error.
 $(srcdir)/authors.texi: $(top_srcdir)/configure
        $(top_srcdir)/doc/genauthors $(top_srcdir)
-## Images:
+## Build the images of the book (with one chosen as representative to act
+## as a target in Make).
+$(imgrepresentative): $(top_srcdir)/configure
+       cd $(top_srcdir)/doc/plotsrc; make
+## Images and their directories.
 dist_infognuastro_DATA = $(top_srcdir)/doc/gnuastro-figures/*
diff --git a/doc/fdl.texi b/doc/fdl.texi
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..eaf3da0
--- /dev/null
+++ b/doc/fdl.texi
@@ -0,0 +1,505 @@
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diff --git a/doc/plotsrc/Makefile b/doc/plotsrc/Makefile
index d3903cc..cd00da7 100644
--- a/doc/plotsrc/Makefile
+++ b/doc/plotsrc/Makefile
@@ -30,21 +30,21 @@ all: all.pdf
 # Make all the plots and convert all the figures
 all.pdf: all.tex ./tex/*.tex ./
-#      Make the tikz directory if it doesn't exist:
+#       Make the tikz directory if it doesn't exist:
        mkdir -p tikz
-#      Run the LaTeX script:
+#       Run the LaTeX script:
        latex -shell-escape all.tex
        dvipdf all.dvi
        rm -f *.bcf *.xml *.aux *.auxlock *.log *.out *.dvi
-#      Put all the EPS files in their appropriate place:
+#       Put all the EPS files in their appropriate place:
        cp tikz/all-figure0.eps ../gnuastro-figures/iandtime.eps
        cp tikz/all-figure1.eps ../gnuastro-figures/samplingfreq.eps
        cp tikz/all-figure2.eps ../gnuastro-figures/flatplane.eps
        cp tikz/all-figure3.eps ../gnuastro-figures/sphereandplane.eps
-#      Make all the conversions:
+#       Do all the conversions:
        ./ ../gnuastro-figures/

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