The README says:
But there's no configure file (it has been removed some commits ago).
This is indeed so, A release contains a ./configure whereas the source doesn't.
Create on through autoconf - docs are updated.
I think a lot of people who want to use the latest version from Github don't know how to build because there's no configure file. README should mention that it can be created by autoconf.
I've realised that - I've had several questions on this. However, I still feel
that it's the right thing (TM) to not have ./configure checked in.
It just results in pointless diffs.
Thank you for the kind README. It's very clear now.
Fixed Issue #27