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[patch] clean up isn't called from the top level and therefore never has to deal
with being invoked by Cygnus configure.  This also eliminates a theoretical
problem: if an autoconf 'configure' script was passed no arguments, and used, would decide that Cygnus configure was invoking it.

Committed to gcc as obvious.  Forwarded to dj for src. :-)

2002-07-01  Nathanael Nerode  <>

	* Eliminate references to Cygnus configure.

RCS file: /cvs/gcc/gcc/,v
retrieving revision 1.22
diff -u -r1.22
---	31 May 2002 19:30:52 -0000	1.22
+++	1 Jul 2002 19:53:41 -0000
@@ -64,11 +64,6 @@
 # newlib.  It is up to each target to turn on multilib support for the other
 # libraries as desired.
-# We have to handle being invoked by both Cygnus configure and Autoconf.
-# Cygnus configure incoming variables:
-# srcdir, subdir, host, arguments
 # Autoconf incoming variables:
 # srcdir, host, ac_configure_args
@@ -78,21 +73,10 @@
 # Note that `host' in this case is GCC's `target'.  Target libraries are
 # configured for a particular host.
-if [ -n "${ac_configure_args}" ]; then
-  Makefile=${ac_file-Makefile}
-  ml_config_shell=${CONFIG_SHELL-/bin/sh}
-  ml_arguments="${ac_configure_args}"
-  ml_realsrcdir=${srcdir}
-  Makefile=${Makefile-Makefile}
-  ml_config_shell=${config_shell-/bin/sh}
-  ml_arguments="${arguments}"
-  if [ -n "${subdir}" -a "${subdir}" != "." ] ; then
-    ml_realsrcdir=${srcdir}/${subdir}
-  else
-    ml_realsrcdir=${srcdir}
-  fi
 # Scan all the arguments and set all the ones we need.

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