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[project @ 1997-05-09 18:43:21 by jwe]
author jwe
date Fri, 09 May 1997 18:43:21 +0000
parents 99b98517b7ac
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# config.make -- autoconf rules to remake the Makefile, c-auto.h, etc.

##ifdef HOSTNAME
##ac_dir = $(gnu)/share/autoconf
##autoconf = $(ac_dir)/acspecific.m4 $(ac_dir)/acgeneral.m4 $(ac_dir)/acsite.m4
##autoheader = $(ac_dir)/acconfig.h
##
### I define $(autoconf) to acgeneral.m4 and the other Autoconf files, so
### configure automatically gets remade in the sources with a new Autoconf
### release.  But it would be bad for installers with Autoconf to remake
### configure (not to mention require Autoconf), so I take out the variable
### $(autoconf) definition before release.
##configure_in = $(srcdir)/configure.in $(kpathsea_srcdir)/common.ac
##$(srcdir)/configure: $(configure_in) $(autoconf)
##	cd $(srcdir) && autoconf
##endif

config.status: $(srcdir)/configure
	$(SHELL) $(srcdir)/configure --no-create --verbose

Makefile: $(srcdir)/Makefile.in config.status $(top_srcdir)/../make/*.make
	$(SHELL) config.status

# This rule isn't used for web2c or the top-level Makefile, but it
# doesn't hurt.  We don't depend on config.status because configure
# always rewrites config.status, even when it doesn't change. Thus it
# might be newer than c-auto.h when we don't need to remake the latter.
c-auto.h: $(srcdir)/stamp-auto
$(srcdir)/stamp-auto: $(srcdir)/c-auto.h.in
	$(SHELL) config.status
	touch $(srcdir)/stamp-auto

##ifdef HOSTNAME
### autoheader reads acconfig.h (and c-auto.h.top) automatically.
##$(srcdir)/c-auto.h.in: $(srcdir)/stamp-auto.in
##$(srcdir)/stamp-auto.in: $(configure_in) $(autoheader) $(srcdir)/acconfig.h
##	cd $(srcdir) && autoheader
##	touch $(srcdir)/stamp-auto.in
##endif