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    • Dan Nicholson's avatar
      autoconf: Include necessary files for the tarballs · 72796238
      Dan Nicholson authored
      Add targets to the top Makefile so that configure and the necessary
      scripts are added to the tarball for distribution.
      
      Variables are used for autoconf and aclocal in case anyone needs to use
      a specific version or pass any extra flags.
      72796238
    • Dan Nicholson's avatar
      autoconf: Initial support for an autoconf configuration · dca1b796
      Dan Nicholson authored
      This adds the initial support for using autoconf configuration. Support
      is available for shared Xlib driver builds. Later this will be extended
      to dri and osmesa-only builds and possibly targetting non-X backends.
      Support for static library builds will also be added.
      
      The configure script fills in the autoconf config. This is then used by
      running `make autoconf' after ./configure.
      
      Testing has been done on Linux/GNU. The configure script tries to
      faithfully reproduce the current configs/linux* and configs/freebsd*.
      Other platforms can be handled later by adding similar statements and
      feature tests.
      
      Pkg-config is used to search for packages when possible. This makes the
      build much more flexible and robust to the user's configuration. This
      requires that the pkg-config autoconf macros pkg.m4 are included in
      aclocal.m4. This requires autoconf and aclocal from autoconf and
      automake, respectively.
      dca1b796
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    • Brian's avatar
      Tweak the shell scripting for descending into and building subdirs. · 16c503f3
      Brian authored
      In general, use this:
      	@for dir in $(SUBDIRS) ; do \
      		if [ -d $$dir ] ; then \
      			(cd $$dir && $(MAKE)) || exit 1; \
      		fi \
      	done
      
      Basically, silently skip missing subdirs but generate an error and stop if
      there's a compilation or install problem.
      This was done inconsistantly before.  In once case, a missing subdir was
      causing us to go into an infinte loop!
      16c503f3
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    • Brian's avatar
      RC4 · 3de20aea
      Brian authored
      3de20aea
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