------- Comment #30 from bonzini at gnu dot org 2010-09-04 16:41 -------
> > It's clear that the way to go is to first write
> > small patch to smooth out the nuances you pointed out, and then
> > introduce the new macro in a way that doesn't change the semantics.
> Since the differences are generally deliberate, what's actually wanted is
> a macro that preserves them.
Sure, I meant "leaving the differences in semantics to the single configure
scripts". This is what H.J.'s patch does more or less, and I like it.
I'm not sure whether the patches remove the need for the other patch in comment
#21 though. Jack, can you post what you are exactly testing (without the
regenerated files, which are unnecessary)?