Hi, Should I make any additional changes to the patch in order to merge it?
Regards, Nikolai On Fri, Mar 15, 2019 at 5:25 PM Nikolai Merinov < nikolai.meri...@member.fsf.org> wrote: > Hi, > > Eric Blake <ebl...@redhat.com> writes: > > > On 3/14/19 5:46 PM, Nikolai Merinov wrote: > >> * tests/demo.at (_LT_DEMO_SETUP): $@ expanded to empty string during > >> _LT_DEMO_SETUP expanding. Avoid $@ usage inside m4_define call. > > > > It is not necessary to avoid $@, you just merely have to quote it so > > that m4 doesn't eat it. > > > >> --- > >> tests/demo.at | 15 ++++++++++----- > >> 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-) > >> > >> diff --git a/tests/demo.at b/tests/demo.at > >> index 4eb156cf..a10520b0 100644 > >> --- a/tests/demo.at > >> +++ b/tests/demo.at > >> @@ -121,11 +121,16 @@ else > >> > >> # Create a script that says that -dlopen is not supported. > >> bin_SCRIPTS = helldl > >> -helldl helldl$(EXEEXT): > >> - rm -rf $@ > >> - echo '#! /bin/sh' > $@ > >> - echo 'echo sorry, -dlopen is unsupported' >> $@ > >> - chmod +x $@ > > > > Writing $[@] is generally sufficient to keep m4 from eating things. If > > that fails, m4sh supports quadrigraphs, where you can write @S|@@ to get > > $@ in the resulting file. > > An additional quotation had had no effect: > > $@ --> empty string > $[@] --> $[@] > [$@] -->  > > But your suggestion with quadrigraph works well. Updated patch attached. > > Regards, > Nikolai > >