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Peter Dalgaard BSA
04 May 1998 23:26:42 +0200
Anthony Rossini <email@example.com> writes:
> >>>>> "Paul" == Paul Gilbert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Paul> an older machine with Solaris 2.5.1, re-ran configure and
> Paul> then make. However, this does not seem to get things clean
> Paul> enough - I guess configure does not re-configure?
> Not if it already built a cache (you can look for a config.cache file,
> and delete it to force configure to look for everything -- I suspect
> there is a command line option to configure to do the same.). The
> reason is to allow configuration of different options on the same
> architecture w/o determining the architecture again.
> (i.e. reconfiguring for mule and graphics support in xemacs, after you
> get new required libraries); it's a bit harder to justify for R.
(or moreclean or distclean or realclean) does this automatically.
Should we let "make clean" do so as well? It's a single-word change,
but are there adverse side effects? Considering how rarely I do "make
clean" myself, I don't think I'd mind the extra time usage for
reconfiguration (about 16 seconds on this machine).
disables caching, according to the comments in the script (not
terribly elegant in my opinion...)
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