Kevin Kofler writes:
Sam Varshavchik wrote:I don't get that impression. When I end up upgrading, as a result of the entire distro upgrade, or otherwise, to a new autotools, I make sure that I go through my existing configure scripts with a fine-toothed comb. Every time this happens I always end up tweaking something, making sure to replace obsoleted macros with their replacements, etc… But I can only speak for myself.Indeed. I can also only speak for myself, but I just run "autoreconf -i -f" and ignore all the warnings on the autotools-using projects I inherited.
That's definitely a useful tip -- always ignore warnings. They are always completely meaningless.
You don't need to worry about them.
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