I knew this was going to happen. :) The problem was that it didn't work with newer automake/autoconf... so I fixed that, and now it doesn't work with older automake/autoconf. But, I guess this is the better direction to err in. On some boxes I'm using Automake 1.5, and Autoconf 2.53 and it works fine. Autoconf will complain about some of the M4 code generated by Automake, but it still works. On other boxes I have a newer version of Automake... I think 1.61, but I can't currently get to those boxes to check... but on those machines I get no errors at all. Same version of Autoconf. The version of Libtool that you're using should be fine. On my RedHat 7.1 box I upgraded by grabbing the source for automake & autoconf from http://www.gnu.org doing: rpm -e automake rpm -e autoconf rpm -e glib-devel tar xvzf automake.tar.gz cd automake ./configure --prefix=/usr make make install tar xvzf autoconf.tar.gz cd autoconf ./configure --prefix=/usr make make install mount /mnt/cdrom cd /mnt/cdrom/RedHat/RPMS rpm -i glib-devel.whatevertherestofthefilenameis.rpm On Wed, 20 Nov 2002, Brian Finn wrote: > Hi all, > > What versions of Automake, Autoconf, and libtool should I have to > compile TN5250? I have an old Red Hat 6.1 box on my desktop, and I > thought I would try and compile the CVS version for grins. ./autogen.sh > reported: > > autoconf: Undefined macros: > configure.in:234:AC_CONFIG_FILES([Makefile src/Makefile tn5250.spec > doc/Makefile linux/Makefile freebsd/Makefile win32/Makefile sun/Makefile > tn5250-config xt5250]) > configure.in:3:AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([src/tn5250.c]) > > I appear to have: > Automake version 1.4 > Autoconf version 2.13 > libtool version 1.4.2 > > It's not a big deal. I'm just curious. :) > > Thanks, > Brian Finn
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