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remove -v and -f flags from autoreconf-commands in bootstrap #587

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pableu commented Dec 27, 2011

This was necessary to build successfully on my archlinux-machine. Otherwise, it would complain that the AC_MSG_RESULT macro was undefined.

@pableu pableu remove -v and -f flags from autoreconf-commands in bootstrap. This wa…
…s necessary to build successfully on my archlinux-machine. Otherwise, it would complain that the AC_MSG_RESULT macro was undefined.
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davilla commented Dec 27, 2011

warning or error ?

pableu commented Dec 27, 2011

An error, along those lines:

error: possibly undefined macro: AC_MSG_RESULT
If this token and others are legitimate, please use m4_pattern_allow. 

Changing the bootstrap-file as in the pull request helped me.

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davilla commented Dec 27, 2011

what version autotools are present ? autoreconf --version

pableu commented Dec 30, 2011

Sorry it took so long to get back to you, I wasn't at home and had no access to my HTPC. The version is 2.68.

[root@player ~]# autoreconf --version
autoreconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.68
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amejia1 commented Jan 15, 2012

I prefer an option to separately disable -v and -f instead.

This doesn't seem to solve my error here. I'm using Oneiric, with autoreconf version 2.68 as well.

Found that if all dependent packages (in README.linux) were installed, there will be no longer such error. So it doesn't look like caused by autoreconf flags.

@ghost ghost assigned davilla Sep 4, 2012

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