Re: More on touch-fu (was Re: Re-libtooling + automake)
On 2/5/06, Adeodato Simó <email@example.com> wrote:
> You do this: invoke ./configure so that Makefile gets
> generated. Then, if you'd invoke `make`, you'd see how autotools get
> rerun. So, you run `make -d` instead, catch its output, and find out
> why they're being rerun. Then you put the appropriate touch
> statement in debian/rules, clean, and rebuilt. Rinse, repeat.
> Alternatively, you can look in the docs the interdependencies
> between autotools files, and touch them in the correct order.
Ah... well I just did that for libmemcache, that worked great! :D Thanks
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