[patch] --enable-dynamic-string default for mingw-w64 v2

JonY jon_y@users.sourceforge.net
Sat Oct 1 14:32:00 GMT 2011

On 10/1/2011 19:16, Paolo Carlini wrote:
> Hi,
>> Thanks, but I am having problems sending a proper diff with the
>> regenerated files, they have a lot of unrelated, even if I made sure I
>> am using autoconf 2.64 and automake 1.11.1.
> To be clear, regenerated files should **not** be part of the patch submitted for review, but should definitely appear on the ChangeLog and the changes eventually committed.

After some careful adjustments, I see just configure and config.h.in

New patch with updated Changelog attached. Be sure to copy
config/os/mingw32 over to config/os/mingw32-w64 before continuing.

>> I guess its due to libtool versions, any ideas how to fix this?
> Nope, sorry, on Linux, provided the versions are correct - please double check that, I'm traveling - regen works like a charm. You just invoke autoreconf, right?
> Paolo

Yeah, just "autoreconf" under Cygwin to regenerate them, calling
autoconf and autoheader avoids new libtool getting pulled in.

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