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Albert Chu writes:
It should work with automake 1.9, that's what I have.

I suppose I can just do ustar internally in our local repo.  In the
savannah repo we are close to 99 chars, but the naming of the package
keeps it at about 92-93 chars, while the package naming I do internally
sometimes pushes it above 99.

Al

Al,
The problem was ustar option was not supported by automake-1.8. If you
really need that option  we should change minimum required version of
automake to 1.10.
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Albert Chu writes:
What was the error?  We should work on an alternate solution rather than
just revert to the earlier configure.ac.

Al


Hi Al,

./autogen.sh failed with your chance.

I use

autoconf 2.61
automake 1.8.5

Thanks,

Regards,
Bala
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Bala,

Is there a reason you reverted my fix to configure.ac from 2/16/07?
Do
you guys run an older autoconf version that didn't support the changes
I
made?  I'm confused.

Al

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