A GNU tool for automatically creating Makefiles.
Automake is a tool for automatically generating `Makefile.in'
files compliant with the GNU Coding Standards.
You should install Automake if you are developing software and would
like to use its ability to automatically generate GNU standard
Makefiles. If you install Automake, you will also need to install
GNU's Autoconf package.
This is Automake, a Makefile generator. It was inspired by the 4.4BSD
make and include files, but aims to be portable and to conform to the
GNU Coding Standards for Makefile variables and targets.
Automake is a Perl script. The input files are called Makefile.am.
The output files are called Makefile.in; they are intended for use
with Autoconf. Automake requires certain things to be done in you
Bugs fixed in 1.9.6:
* Longstanding bugs:
- Correctly diagnose `#' comments following trailing backslash.
- Preserve backslashes preceding `##' lines.
- Preserve the order of items conditionally appended (+=) to variables.
- Fix support of installation directory names with spaces on systems
where mkinstalldirs cannot use `mkdir -p'.
- Avoid infinite loop in mdate-sh when TIME_S
Authors of GNU Automake.
David Mackenzie. First version of most ".am" files.
Wrote sh version of automake.in.
Tom Tromey. Touched all ".am" files.
Alexandre Oliva. Some of the user-side dependency tracking system.
Some more random hacking.
Automake was originally written by David J. MacKenzie <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
It would not be what it is
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