automake and etags
sh at kde-coder.de
Thu Sep 19 22:52:04 UTC 2002
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I have a deeper question concerning automake and etags.
Ok, here is the story:
If you enabling ctags support in kdevelop, then kdevelop uses the
exuberant-ctags util, when it's there.
But now, if you want to make a distribution file, with tags support enabled,
then automake uses etags to generate TAGS files.
But if you don't have etags, say you don't have emacs installed ;)), the
tar.gz file process breaks.
Why I'm asking:
I'm using gentoo distro and I was discussing that kdevelop needs an "emacs"
dependency to work correctly.
But the package maintainer doesn't want that kdevelop depends on emacs.
after all, it's not a kdevelop issue but an automake issue.
so, how can I avoid installing emacs/etags but not breaking the tar.gz
distribution process ?
St. Hermann, Troisdorf
One solution for a simple problem: A7 B4 C2 D5 E8 F1 G3 H6
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