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Re: More libf2c DOS-naming necessary?
- To: d dot love at dl dot ac dot uk
- Subject: Re: More libf2c DOS-naming necessary?
- From: Craig Burley <burley at gnu dot org>
- Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 08:43:05 -0400 (EDT)
- Cc: law at cygnus dot com, egcs-patches at cygnus dot com
- Cc: burley at gnu dot org
>>>>>> "Craig" == Craig Burley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Craig> `autoheader' with no args reads configure.in and writes, by
> Craig> default, config.h.in, or whatever is the first input file in
> Craig> the AC_CONFIG_HEADERS specification in configure.in, if
> Craig> present. Since we changed that spec, it probably works fine
> Craig> regardless.
>It does; I've tested it now.
Okay, go ahead and remove the arguments and redirection from the
pertinent invocation(s) of autoheader if you like!
>I think it's a mistake not to use the automation that's available and
>the standard cliches, at least when people like me are having to work
>on it. If I'd been able to use the automake configuration, I'm sure
>there wouldn't have been so many foulups on libf2c recently.
Okay, feel free to change it, though I'd think it's too late to do so
for 1.1. So if you want to make changes on the mainline branch, fine,
but let me see the patches so I can consider using them in 0.5.2.
tq vm, (burley)