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On Fri, May 05, 2006 at 03:22:52PM -0400, Michael Tegtmeyer wrote: > Hello, > > Is there any news on when Apple will be updating the included autotools to > a more recent version? > > As a developer in a mixed Mac/rest-of-unix-world environment. It is > getting to be a pain to develop when the included toolchain for OSX is > several years old. My default install of automake is reporting vers. 1.6.3 > while the most recent from GNU is 1.9ish. I have support the default > installation of OSX because of the number of Macs in various locations > that the software must run/build on otherwise I would just update > manually. > > Is there any reason why the autotool updates are coming so slow? Why not update the version of the autotools on your machine? The other macs shouldn't even need autotools for build, you should ship the generated scripts with the source. (I think that's the current practice, someone correct me if I'm wrong.) -- lfr 0/0
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