On Thu, 2004-03-18 at 01:36, Konstantin Osipov wrote:
> aclocal, automake, autoconf sequnece is usually placed in autorun.sh.
> These commands need to be called only once when you setup a tree -
> after you've run 'configure' makefiles watch changes in .in/.ac/.am
> files and rebuild themselves automatically.
> And finally, most used set of options is switched on by default, so you
> need only type 'configure', with only options like 'valgrind', 'gprof',
> 'debug', etc.
> Hence the only thing you might want to put to a BUILD/ script is set of
> options for 'configure'. All the other steps of proper build process are
> identical and not used in everyday work.
I'm OK with any sequence which would be simple enough.
So do you propose to have
./autorun.sh which one have to run,
followed by ./configure ; make ?
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