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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 3/4] maint: import modern bootstrap



Daniel Veillard wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 05:01:33PM -0700, Eric Blake wrote:
>> Note that this commit mirrors the latest upstream gnulib, but does NOT
>> update our gnulib checkout to the latest, so our version of bootstrap
>> is now newer than .gnulib/build-aux/bootstrap.
>>
>> This also fixes a bug in the .pot files, regarding the copyright holder.
>>
>> * bootstrap: Update to version in .gnulib/build-aux.
>> * bootstrap.conf (MSGID_BUGS_ADDRESS, COPYRIGHT_HOLDER, SKIP_PO)
>> (gnulib_mk, ACLOCAL, bootstrap_epilogue): Provide overrides.
>> * autogen.sh (autoreconf): Avoid redundant autoreconf if bootstrap
>> was run.
>> * po/Makevars: Delete, now that bootstrap creates it.
>
>   This seems to break for me. po/Makevars.template doesn't define
> top_builddir , but that's needed in a few places in po/Makefile.in.in
> and as a result I end up with
>
> make[2]: Entering directory `/u/veillard/libvirt/po'
> make[2]: *** No rule to make target `/config.status', needed by
> `Makefile'.  Stop.
>
> when trying to build the normal way (./autogen.sh --system ; make)
>
> could you have a look at this ?

Hi DV,

So far, I've been able to reproduce that only in a build directory
in which .gnulib is locally modified (i.e., when .gnulib is listed
in "git diff" output as being locally modified).

Once I undo that local modification (say via "git submodule update")
"make" then reports that I must run autogen.sh, as expected.  And
when I do that, it *does* run bootstrap and recreate po/Makevars.


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