This looks to me like it is trying to use the old configure.in instead of the new configure.ac. I wonder if you have old copies of things lying around?
No, I wiped out everything, then did a fresh checkout. There's nothing old in the tn5250 directory.
With this new system, do I need to type some different commands or build TN5250 with different tools? How do I fix the above errors?autoreconf should do everything perfectly (at least it does for me and the other people I've had test it). It could be that your auto* tools are rather old, though the new configure.ac doesn't use any syntax that is particularly new.
Which versions of the auto* tools should I be using? I was using the versions that I was using because they were the ones that worked with TN5250.
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