|author||Guy Harris <email@example.com>||2000-07-26 08:03:57 +0000|
|committer||Guy Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2000-07-26 08:03:57 +0000|
Add a script, "aclocal-flags", which figures out where
1) aclocal expects autoconf/automake macros to be hidden; 2) GTK+ hid its autoconf/automake macros; and, if both places exist but aren't the same directory, returns a "-I" flag to tell aclocal to look in GTK+'s directory. Then have "autogen.sh", and Makefiles in directories with "acinclude.m4" files, use that script and pass what flag it supplies, if any, to aclocal. This should, I hope, avoid problems such as those FreeBSD systems where GTK+ was installed from a port or package (and thus stuck its macros in "/usr/X11R6/share/aclocal") but aclocal doesn't look there. (It doesn't solve the problem of somebody downloading and installing, say, libtool from source - which means it probably shows up under "/usr/local", with its macros in "/usr/local/share/aclocal" - on a system that comes with aclocal (meaning it probably just looks in "/usr/share/aclocal", but that may be best fixed by, whenever you download a source tarball for something that's part of your OS, configuring it to install in the standard system directories and *overwriting* your OS's version.) svn path=/trunk/; revision=2165
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+# This script returns the flags to be fed to "aclocal" to ensure that
+# it finds GTK+'s aclocal macros.
+# aclocal will search, by default, only in a directory in the same
+# tree where it was installed - e.g., if installed in "/usr/bin", it'll
+# search only in "/usr/share/aclocal", and if installed in "/usr/local/bin",
+# it'll search only in "/usr/local/share/aclocal".
+# However, there is no guarantee that GTK+ has been installed there; if
+# it's not, it won't find the GTK+ autoconf macros, and will complain
+# So, if the "share/local" directory under the directory reported by
+# "gtk-config --prefix" isn't the same directory as the directory
+# reported by "aclocal --print-ac-dir", we return a "-I" flag with
+# the first of those directories as the argument.
+# (If they *are* the same directory, and we supply that "-I" flag,
+# "aclocal" will look in that directory twice, and get well and truly
+# confused, reporting a ton of duplicate macro definitions.)
+# $Id: aclocal-flags,v 1.1 2000/07/26 08:03:40 guy Exp $
+# OK, where will aclocal look by default?
+# And where do we want to make sure it looks?
+# If there's no "aclocal", the former will be empty; if there's no
+# "gtk-config", the latter will be empty.
+# Add the "-I" flag only if neither of those strings are empty, and
+# they're different.
+if [ ! -z "$aclocal_dir" -a ! -z "$gtk_aclocal_dir" \
+ -a "$aclocal_dir" != "$gtk_aclocal_dir" ]
+ echo "-I $gtk_aclocal_dir"