laguna at ...2782...
Wed Jun 29 08:00:24 EDT 2005
Yes, once I get my buddy's patch set vs 2.2.0 established; I intend to
apply it to 2.2.3 and engage in the "rejected hunk" battle. Does 2.2.3
work differently in terms of make maintainer-clean?
On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 10:10:28 -0400
"Eric Lauzon" <eric.lauzon at ...1967...> wrote:
> you would mabey want to play with 2.3.3
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: snort-devel-admin at lists.sourceforge.net
> > [mailto:snort-devel-admin at lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of
> > Mark Deric
> > Sent: 29 juin 2005 10:07
> > To: snort-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
> > Subject: [Snort-devel] maintainer-mode
> > I was just poking around with a freshly downloaded copy of
> > v2.2.0 to look at a tarball of code mods a friend of mine
> > gave me based upon "a CVS snapshot" he checked out around
> > 8/16/04; he also sent me the original source tarball of the
> > CVS checkout. I wanted to diff his starting point with an
> > "Official release".
> > I found that the v2.2.0 distribution contains automake built
> > files, Makefile.in's, configure, etc. and I wanted to get rid
> > of them to make it look more like the CVS co.
> > So, I added AM_MAINTAINER_MODE as the new line 8 of
> > configure.in; ran autojunk and then ran ./configure
> > --enable-maintainer-mode.
> > I then ran make maintainer-clean, and, to my surprise the AM
> > built files were still there. I expected them to be removed.
> > Was my expectation wrong? Did I miss a step? Or am I
> > totally off base and can somebody tell me the "right" way to
> > remove the AM built files?
> > I'm fairly new to using the GNU auto suite; but I'm trying to
> > use it more in my own work; and obviously, SNORT is a good
> > sample use case.
> > I'd appreciate any tips on this.
> > Regards,
> > Mark
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