Re: Debugging makefiles
On Wed, Oct 02, 2002 at 02:27:54PM +0200, Matthias Urlichs wrote:
> Richard Braakman:
> > I see you have never had to deal with automake.
> Automake is easy. It transforms a given list of variables with defined
> meanings, which happen to live in a Makefile.am file, into a Makefile with
> rules which have names which (most of the time) actually say what the
> target is supposed to be doing.
I see you have never had to deal with automake.
If you really think it's that easy, then please help me to fix bug
#161148: During the last libwww build, a certain library was not built
for two out of the 11 architectures. Additionally, the build didn't
even fail, so the whole thing moved into testing before the bug was
noticed - doh!
BTW, I'm really fed up with this, any help would be appreciated!
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