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Hi there, I have a problem trying to configure a linux project.
But there is no configure file.
Only configure.ac, autogen.sh and makefile.am.... Any ideas?

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Hi there, I have a problem trying to configure a linux project.
But there is no configure file.
Only configure.ac, autogen.sh and makefile.am.... Any ideas?

yes. execute autogen.sh.

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Yip, probably states something similair in the actual header of the batch file although of course the name is self descriptive

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Do we have automake on os4?

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Dont think so.

The last thing we got was cmake iirc

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Hm, wish i was good at porting.

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Dont think so.

The last thing we got was cmake iirc

i'd be stunned if we didn't have automake/aclocal and the like running natively on OS4. there is an older build of automake 1.10 on aminet for OS3, but i have no idea if it will work on our systems.

this thread, by the way, might get more helpful responses over at os4coding.net.

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i'd be stunned if we didn't have automake/aclocal and the like running natively on OS4. there is an older build of automake 1.10 on aminet for OS3, but i have no idea if it will work on our systems.

this thread, by the way, might get more helpful responses over at os4coding.net.


As far as I can tell we have autoconf but not automake The ones on aminet will ixemil based and thus not useful for OS4

Best bet atm is to run autogen.sh on a linux box then transfer the files across to the OS4 machine, then run configure

Or check for a source snapshot as sometimes, they come with ./configure etc prebuilt


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The last thing we got was cmake iirc


They are quite different beasts, automake builds makefile for make (and compatables) whereas CMake is an entirelt different build system.


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The last thing we got was cmake iirc


They are quite different beasts, automake builds makefile for make (and compatables) whereas CMake is an entirelt different build system.



IINM, last time I checked CMake was able to generate files for a range of IDEs and this included standard makefiles.

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The last thing we got was cmake iirc


They are quite different beasts, automake builds makefile for make (and compatables) whereas CMake is an entirelt different build system.



IINM, last time I checked CMake was able to generate files for a range of IDEs and this included standard makefiles.


Reading the website, that would appear to be the case, althoughy the last couple of projects I looked at that used it as one of the build options (blender or makehuman) didn'y apear to use it that way, thankfully both had alternate build systems as CMake wasn't available then.

Seems every other week there a new build system these days.... (well slight exageration but...)




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Seems every other week there a new build system these days.... (well slight exageration but...)
Well, no wonder. We are talking about one of the most tedious parts of development, and the more work you have to do before you can rebuild your project (as fast as possible) at the "push of a button", the more tedious it is.

Many development manhours have gone into minimizing this task over the years.

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I'm gonna try to set up linux so i can hopefully be able to make the configure script i need. Fingers crossed.

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Hello everyone,

Any updated autogen on OS4?

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