the two first lines to get the version string. The good news is that older libtools have an empty line after the first so I think this works fine all over...
…f that is present instead of trying to duplicate that stuff in this script.
…tly for all tools run in the ares dir - now shown like "running ares/[tool]"
…of head complains and claims this is deprecated.
…'s do the changes in a slower and more controlled manner...
1) findtool does look per tool in PATH and think ./perl is the perl executable, while is just a local directory (I have . in the PATH) 2) I got several warning for head -1 deprecated in favour of head -n 1 3) ares directory is missing some file (missing is missing :-) ) because automake and friends is not run. (Let's hope number 2 doesn't break somewhere "out there", if so we can always search/replace that back.)
lib/config.h.in file by buildconf
properly using glibtoolize instead of plain libtoolize. (This is made if glibtool was found and used instead of plain libtool.)
the netbsd shell
…rom the version string before doing the version number checks.
…so we now scan the PATH ourself to find the path to (g)libtool
run in a sane manner on his MPE/iX operating system.
been run "as usual"