kde-common am_edit problems
mbuesch at freenet.de
Fri Mar 25 11:50:14 GMT 2005
Quoting Helge Deller <deller at gmx.de>:
> BTW, I ran into the same problem as you.
> I worked around that by adding "SUBDIRS = ." to the Makefile.am, but that's not the correct solution either.
That does not work for me.
The problem is triggered by the automake conditionals
and the $(CHIPCARD_INTERFACE) variable.
libpwmanager_smartkey_la_SOURCES = smartkey.cpp \
is processed by automake to this:
@COND_PWMANAGER_CHIPCARD1_FALSE@@COND_PWMANAGER_CHIPCARD2_TRUE at am__objects_1 = chipcard2interface.lo
@COND_PWMANAGER_CHIPCARD1_TRUE at am__objects_1 = chipcard1interface.lo
am_libpwmanager_smartkey_la_OBJECTS = smartkey.lo smartkey_backend.lo \
Then am_edit fails to parse this correctly.
It exits prematurely, because of the $(am__objects_1), which is
matched by the regexps you can see in my previous patch.
My problem is, I don't understand what the perl script
is doing there. What does the $ocv variable mean? Why do we
stop processing, if we find a variable like $(am__objects_1)
in the am_libpwmanager_smartkey_la_OBJECTS variable?
Regards Michael Buesch [ http://www.tuxsoft.de.vu ]
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