On 11/8/10 11:28 PM, Alex Esterkin wrote:
> Hi, Davi,
> No, configure.ac and configure.in are NOT the same thing. If you do not
> know the difference, I am not surprised your team had difficulties
The autoconf manual is wrong?
> maintaining the automake based build system. A properly written
> configure.ac file is orders of magnitude smaller in size than a comparable
What is the difference between configure.ac and configure.in files?
> CMake is still quite inferior in architecture and environment detection and
> does not provide the same level of multi-prodict integration capabilities.
It has been working somewhat fine for us so far.
> As an illustration, please, read the following bug entries:
This is one is about Python, should be irrelevant to us.