Hi,

What version of GIMP is this?

(assuming this is CVS HEAD, it looks like there is something wrong
with "expr" and the test fails because of that, rather than because of
too old automake).

What does /bin/sh point to?

--mitch


"[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Something seems wrong with autogen.sh for gimp
> It doesn't seem to recognize automake 1.8.3 from
> mingw.org is newer than 1.6
>
> I think that either the HACKING file should be updated 
> to say what works or at least to say that it doesn't 
> work if the problem isn't fixed.
>
> _-T
>
>
> $ ./autogen.sh
>
> I am testing that you have the required versions of libtool, autoconf,
> automake, glib-gettextize and intltoolize. This test is not foolproof,
> so if anything goes wrong, see the file HACKING for more information...
>
> Looks like Win32, you will need libtool 1.5 or newer.
>
> checking for libtool >= 1.5 ... yes (version 1.5.4)
> checking for autoconf >= 2.54 ... yes (version 2.56)
> checking for automake >= 1.6 ... expr: syntax error
> Too old (found version 1.8.3)!
> checking for glib-gettextize >= 2.2.0 ... yes (version 2.4.7)
> checking for intltool >= 0.17 ... yes (version 0.27.2)
> checking for intltool < 0.28 or > 0.31 ... yes
> checking for xsltproc ... yes
>
> Please install/upgrade the missing tools and call me again.
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