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Re: "This configuration is not supported ..."

On Jan 13, 2001, Bryce McKinlay <> wrote:

>> Anyway, even after this change, you'll still see that libchill is
>> disabled, because the Chill language is disabled by default.  Maybe
>> languages disabled by default shouldn't cause such a message to be
>> printed?

> Sounds reasonable to me. The "configuration not supported" message
> certainly doesn't seem appropriate for the libgcj case...

As soon as it starts to be disabled on a per-platform basis, it will
certainly be appropriate.  Meanwhile, even if I changed the top-level
configure so as to not warn about languages disabled by default in
their (as is the case of CHILL), this wouldn't affect
Java, because the mechanism I suggested to have it disabled wasn't
used.  Instead, it was explicitly added to noconfigdirs, which
triggers the warning.  Had it been added to skipdirs (which is what
I'm inclined to do in case of a language disabled by default), no
warning would have been printed.

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