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Re: autoreconf -if doesnt work

Glenn McGrath wrote:
> Im the maintainer of gnunet, its new package and i am have a problem on
> m68k.
> Upstream Makefiles were built using a buggy libtool, so am currently
> running "autoreconf -if" at build time to get around it, however on m68k
> (only) it produces the following.
> autoreconf -if
> You should update your `aclocal.m4' by running aclocal.
> automake: unrecognized option -- `--force-missing'
> The whole log can be seen at
> http://buildd.debian.org/fetch.php?&pkg=gnunet&ver=0.5.4a-5&arch=m68k&stamp=1058899744&file=log&as=raw
> The easiest way around the packaging problem is for me put the Makefile
> patches in the diff, which i now intend to do.
> I think automake on m68k is broken, i havent filed a bug yet as i wanted
> to run it by you all first.

m68k (and more rarely mips, arm) often gets hit with
timestamp skew.  It's described in
and sounds like what's happening in this case.


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