[Flac-dev] OS X compile errors
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Thu Jan 9 12:52:04 PST 2003
Cool, that's exactly what we want. I'll check that in
--- Matt Zimmerman <mdz at debian.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 01:41:40PM -0800, Josh Coalson wrote:
> > The ideal behavior in this case is for configure to be able to
> detect the
> > presence of doxygen (easy enough), but then make sure that 'make
> > does not remove the docs if it is not possible to build them again.
> > try something in doc/Makefile.am to do this.
> I think the right thing to do is to only remove those files in the
> maintainer-clean target, not in a normal 'clean'.
> The GNU standards say this:
> Delete almost everything from the current directory that can be
> reconstructed with this Makefile. This typically includes
> everything deleted by `distclean', plus more: C source files
> produced by Bison, tags tables, Info files, and so on.
> The reason we say "almost everything" is that running the
> `make maintainer-clean' should not delete `configure' even if
> `configure' can be remade using a rule in the Makefile. More
> generally, `make maintainer-clean' should not delete anything
> needs to exist in order to run `configure' and then begin to
> the program. This is the only exception; `maintainer-clean'
> delete everything else that can be rebuilt.
> The `maintainer-clean' target is intended to be used by a
> maintainer of the package, not by ordinary users. You may need
> special tools to reconstruct some of the files that `make
> maintainer-clean' deletes. Since these files are normally
> included in the distribution, we don't take care to make them
> to reconstruct. If you find you need to unpack the full
> distribution again, don't blame us.
> To help make users aware of this, the commands for the special
> `maintainer-clean' target should start with these two:
> @echo 'This command is intended for maintainers to use; it'
> @echo 'deletes files that may need special tools to
> And the automake manual says this:
> * If `make' built it, and it is commonly something that one would
> want to rebuild (for instance, a `.o' file), then `mostlyclean'
> should delete it.
> * Otherwise, if `make' built it, then `clean' should delete it.
> * If `configure' built it, then `distclean' should delete it
> * If the maintainer built it, then `maintainer-clean' should
> With automake, this means removing the files in the
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