Le dimanche 10 septembre 2006 à 11:11 +0200, Loïc Minier a écrit :
> On Sun, Sep 10, 2006, Julien Valroff wrote:
> > ...
> > /tmp/buildd/fast-user-switch-applet-2.16.0/./configure: line 2488: syntax error near unexpected token `0.35.0'
> > /tmp/buildd/fast-user-switch-applet-2.16.0/./configure: line 2488: `IT_PROG_INTLTOOL(0.35.0)'
> > ...
> When updating aclocal.m4, you probably dropped some macros. You can
> find out by comparing the outputs of the grep command in
> <http://people.dooz.org/~lool/debian/relibtoolize> before and after
> calling aclocal.
> This is usually a consequence of missing a -I flag to aclocal, or a
> broken upstream tarball (in this case, install the Debian holding the
> macros, here intltool).
That was it! I had tried looking for the package containing the macros
but couldn't find a good way to do it... and hadn't thought it could
simply be intltool :-(
Thanks for your help, I will submit you an updated package shortly.
Should I target experimental although there are no new dependencies? The
updated package installs and runs fine in unstable...