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I'm current packaging ufiformat, a USB floppy disk formatter (#436134). It's
nearly at the stage of looking for a sponsor, but before that happens I'd like
to sound people out about something.
I needed to change Makefile.am to tell it to install the binary in the right
place. When rebuilding, autotools whinged about aclocal.m4 being too old and
that I should regenerate it, which I did. Now the (compressed) patch file is
80+kB, only slightly smaller than the source code itself, and is almost
entirely comprised of the new aclocal.m4.
Is this acceptable, or does it need addressing? If so, how?
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