[PATCH] admin/cvs.sh: allow arguments to aclocal

Marc Mutz Marc.Mutz at uni-bielefeld.de
Wed Dec 3 11:00:31 GMT 2003


cvs.sh calls aclocal, which scans it's share/aclocal/*.m4's to extract 
definitions for macros used in configure.in(.in). So for, so good.

If, however, you install a library in /usr/local, it will put it's 
m4-Files (if any) into /usr/local/share/aclocal, where a aclocal 
installed in /usr will not find it.

That's where arguments to aclocal come into the game. You have to tell 
aclocal to search other directories, too. In this case, a
  aclocal -I /usr/local/share/aclocal
would do.

The patch just evaluates $ACLOCALFLAGS whenever aclocal is called.

It's needed since we link kdepim/certmanager against gpgme, which 
provides AM_PATH_GPGME in gpgme.m4 (if installed).

If someone with enough karma could apply it, that would be greatly 


You can fool some people sometimes
But you can't fool all the people all the time        -- Bob Marley
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