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The sense of automake (Was: Processed: better make that 1.7.8... :-()


regarding to bug #215554 I would like to ask for my personal clarification:
Which sens makes automake if the resulting output depends from every new

I've thought that I would do the wordnet program some good if I would add
automake stuff.  Since I switched to auotmake1.7 I have continous trouble
with subsubversion dependencies which now convinced me that I had a really
stupid idea.  Is there any reason for this trouble I could understand?

If not I would revert my changes and will go back to just patching the
brocken upstream Makefiles.

Kind regards


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Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 10:33:19 -0500
From: Debian Bug Tracking System <owner@bugs.debian.org>
To: LaMont Jones <lamont@debian.org>
Cc: Andreas Tille <tille@debian.org>
Subject: Processed: better make that 1.7.8... :-(

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> reopen 215554
Bug#215554: wordnet doesn't build from source
Bug reopened, originator not changed.

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