[Mono-devel-list] make distcheck problems / autogen.sh?
Raja R Harinath
rharinath at novell.com
Thu Aug 4 03:15:10 EDT 2005
(Sorry about top-posting. I'm using a bad webmail client)
Actually, 'autogen.sh' is used in SVN snapshots to (re-)generate
configure, Makefile.in and other build stuff from configure.in and
In your case, just edit configure.in and run 'autoreconf', assuming you
have a fairly recent GNU build system setup (autoconf 2.59, automake 1.8
or 1.9) (you may need 'autoreconf -f' to force it).
>>> "IT2003_1: Morenz, Tino" <TinoMorenz at ba-glauchau.de> 08/04/05 11:24
>I don't remember the actual automake tests, but you may have a look at
>tar.m4 that comes with it, and see what it accepts.
>As a quick first step, can you edit the line in mono/configure.in that
>change the 'tar-ustar' to 'tar-pax', and rerun autogen.sh. I think
>it'll pick up your 'pax' executable.
At least I got a clue where my problems come from.
However I do _not_ have a autogen.sh. (I use the mono-22.214.171.124 package)
Atm I just patched configure itself just to see what happens next.
I know that this is a very bad solution and I'll fix it.
However it would be nice to know what autogen script does exactly.
Once again thanks,
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