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Thanks to Karl for doing so much of the work.

There have been 11 commits by 6 people in the 8 weeks since 1.16.4.
See the NEWS below for a brief summary.

Thanks to everyone who has contributed!
The following people contributed changes to this release:

  Akim Demaille (1)
  Dimitri Papadopoulos (1)
  Jan Engelhardt (1)
  Jim Meyering (2)
  Karl Berry (5)
  Nick Bowler (1)

Jim [on behalf of the automake maintainers]

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* Bugs fixed

  - PYTHON_PREFIX and PYTHON_EXEC_PREFIX are now set according to
    Python's sys.* values only if the new configure option
    --with-python-sys-prefix is specified. Otherwise, GNU default values
    are used, as in the past. (The change in 1.16.3 was too incompatible.)

  - consistently depend on install-libLTLIBRARIES.

* Distribution

  - use const for yyerror declaration in bison/yacc tests.

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