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The goal of Automake is to remove the burden of Makefile maintenance from the back of the individual GNU maintainer (and put it on the back of the Automake maintainer).
The `Makefile.am' is basically a series of `make' macro definitions (with rules being thrown in occasionally). The generated `Makefile.in's are compliant with the GNU Makefile standards.
This version of automake is several years out of date and is only provided for compatibility will older software. Please do not use it for new projects.
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 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 your confi more»
New in 1.4-p6: * Versioned install support back-ported from 1.6 New in 1.4-p5: * Allow AM_PROG_LIBTOOL again. * Diagnose AC_CONFIG_HEADERS the same as AC_CONFIG_HEADER. * Display distributed file list correctly in usage message. * Allow numbers in macro names. * Bugfixes. New in 1.4-p4: * Deal with configure.ac as well as configure.in -- this time for real! * The version numbering system now a more»
ACLOCAL(1) ACLOCAL(1) NAME aclocal - automatically generate aclocal.m4 from configure.in SYNOPSIS aclocal [ --acdir=DIR ] [ --help ] [ -I DIR ] [ --output=FILE ] [ --verbose ] [ --version ] DESCRIPTION Automake includes a number of Autoconf macros which can be used in your package; some of them are actually more»
AUTOMAKE(1) AUTOMAKE(1) NAME automake - aut more»
automake (1:1.4-p6-13.1) unstable; urgency=high * Non-maintainer upload by the Security Team. * more»
2002-07-27 Tom Tromey <email@example.com> Automake 1.4-p6 released. * Makefile.am (DISTCLEANFI more»
* Run automake before libtool. It will report an error but still won't put the file into the dist more»
Authors of GNU Automake. David Mackenzie. First version of most ".am" files. Wrote sh version of a more»