how to run automake/conf on newlib
Tue Jan 7 00:20:00 GMT 2003
The instructions are valid. I am able to use autoconf 2.13 in
the specified directory with no problems. I do not know why your autoconf 2.13
is failing and mine works fine. Perhaps this is an issue for the autoconf
Newlib has never tested using autoconf 2.5x and it is not
-- Jeff J.
Joel Sherrill wrote:
> Jeff, are these instructions still current with newlib 1.11.0?
> I am updating the patch that adds the ARM memcpy.S with the
> advertising license and getting these results when I run autoconf
> in the libc/machine/arm subdirectory.
> bash-2.05$ /usr/bin/autoconf --version
> Autoconf version 2.13
> bash-2.05$ /usr/bin/autoconf
> FATAL ERROR: Autoconf version 2.54 or higher is required for this script
> bash-2.05$ autoconf --version
> autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.57
> Written by David J. MacKenzie and Akim Demaille.
> Copyright 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is
> warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
> bash-2.05$ autoconf
> configure:1895: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_PROG_CC_GNU
> If this token and others are legitimate, please use
> See the Autoconf documentation.
> configure:1902: error: possibly undefined macro: AC_PROG_CC_G
> On a positive note, newlib 1.11.0 appears to have nearly all of the
> patches that were in the RTEMS patch. I need to confirm that the
> signal.h changes we had are no longer needed though.
> "J. Johnston" wrote:
>>The steps in the machine/xxx dir would be:
>> 1. aclocal -I ../../.. /* the -I ../../.. points to the top-level newlib dir */
>> 2. autoconf
>> 3. automake --cygnus Makefile
>>Step 1 above has a dependency on newlib/acinclude.m4 and configure.in.
>>Step 2 is dependent on configure.in and aclocal.m4. Step 3 is dependent on
>>Makefile.am, configure.in, and aclocal.m4. Simply put: if you do any step
>>because of a change, all steps after it should be done as well.
>>You should only have to redo aclocal if the top-level acinclude.m4 changes
>>or you change macros you are using in your configure.in. You don't have to
>>guard against the latter case by running aclocal - just be aware of it if autoconf
>>complains about a missing macro after you make a configure.in change.
>>We currently use autoconf 2.13 and automake 1.4.
>>-- Jeff J.
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