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#!/bin/sh
# These are the files that this script might edit:
# aclocal.m4 configure Makefile.in src/config.h.in \
# depcomp config.guess config.sub install-sh missing mkinstalldirs \
# ltmain.sh
#
# Here's a command you can run to see what files aclocal will import:
# aclocal -I ../autoconf --output=- | sed -n 's/^m4_include..\([^]]*\).*/\1/p'
set -ex
rm -rf autom4te.cache
trap 'rm -f aclocal.m4.tmp' EXIT
# Use version 1.11 of aclocal and automake if available.
ACLOCAL=aclocal-1.11
if test -z `which "$ACLOCAL"`; then
ACLOCAL=aclocal
fi
AUTOMAKE=automake-1.11
if test -z `which "$AUTOMAKE"`; then
AUTOMAKE=automake
fi
# glibtoolize is used for Mac OS X
LIBTOOLIZE=libtoolize
if test -z `which "$LIBTOOLIZE"`; then
LIBTOOLIZE=glibtoolize
fi
# aclocal tries to overwrite aclocal.m4 even if the contents haven't
# changed, which is annoying when the file is not open for edit (in
# p4). We work around this by writing to a temp file and just
# updating the timestamp if the file hasn't change.
"$ACLOCAL" --force -I m4 -I gflags/m4 --output=aclocal.m4.tmp
if cmp aclocal.m4.tmp aclocal.m4; then
touch aclocal.m4 # pretend that we regenerated the file
rm -f aclocal.m4.tmp
else
mv aclocal.m4.tmp aclocal.m4 # we did set -e above, so we die if this fails
fi
grep -q LIBTOOL configure.ac && "$LIBTOOLIZE" -c -f
autoconf -f -W all,no-obsolete
autoheader -f -W all
"$AUTOMAKE" -a -c -f -W all
rm -rf autom4te.cache
exit 0