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# bootstrap - script to bootstrap the distribution rolling engine
# usage:
# $ sh ./bootstrap && ./configure && make dist[check]
#
# this yields a tarball which one can install doing
#
# $ tar zxf PACKAGENAME-*.tar.gz
# $ cd PACKAGENAME-*
# $ ./configure
# $ make
# # make install
# requirements:
# GNU autoconf, from e.g. ftp.gnu.org:/pub/gnu/autoconf/
# GNU automake, from e.g. http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/automake/
automake=automake
aclocal=aclocal
if $automake --version|head -1 |grep ' 1\.[4-9]'; then
echo "automake 1.4-1.9 is active. You should use automake 1.10 or later"
if test -f /etc/debian_version; then
echo " sudo apt-get install automake"
echo " sudo update-alternatives --config automake"
fi
exit 1
fi
# autoconf-archive Debian package, aclocal-archive RPM, obsolete/badly supported OS, installed in home dir
acdirs="/usr/share/autoconf-archive/ /usr/share/aclocal/ /usr/local/share/aclocal/ $HOME/local/share/autoconf-archive/"
found=false
for d in $acdirs
do
if test -f ${d}libtool.m4
then
found=true
break
fi
done
if ! $found
then
cat <<EOT
You need the autoconf-archive Debian package, or the aclocal-archive
RPM package. Alternatively, you could install the GNU Autoconf Macro
Archive's http://autoconf-archive.cryp.to/ac_path_lib.html
as `pwd`/acinclude.m4.
EOT
fi
# Debian automake package installs as automake-version. Use this
# to make sure the right automake is being used.
# if not installed, use: apt-get install automake1.9
AUTOMAKE=automake ACLOCAL=aclocal autoreconf --install \
--symlink
# add --make if you want to run "make" too.
# autoreconf should run something like:
#
# aclocal-1.9 \
# && automake-1.9 --add-missing --verbose --gnu \
# && autoconf