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From: "Andrew Cottrell" <acottrel AT ihug DOT com DOT au>
To: <djgpp-workers AT delorie DOT com>
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Subject: Re: [karl AT gnu DOT org: texinfo 4.5 available]
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 19:54:00 +1100
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> >     config.status: creating po/Makefile.in
> >     config.status: error: cannot find input file: po/Makefile.in.in
> >     ./configure script exited abnormally!
>
> This means that somehow, config.bat failed to rename po/Makefile.in.in
> into po/Makefile.in-in.  Please see why it failed.

I found that config,bat did rename it. I did a grep for makefile.in.in and
couldn't see what would have caused the problem. I re-installed autoconf and
automake just in case I had modified them, but I still got the smae problem.
I did a diff against the texinfo 4.2 directory using winmerge and there were
allot of files that changed.

Any ideas where to look?

DJ204 D:\dj204\gnu\texinfo4.5>grep Makefile.in.in ...\*.*
Makefile.am:# Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in in all
directories.
Makefile.in:# Process this file with automake to produce Makefile.in in all
directories.
aclocal.m4:      # PO directories have a Makefile.in generated from
Makefile.in.in.
config.log:config.status:20: error: cannot find input file:
po/Makefile.in.in
config.status:  "po/Makefile.in" ) CONFIG_FILES="$CONFIG_FILES
po/Makefile.in:po/Makefile.in-in" ;;
config.status:  s,Makefile\.in\.in,Makefile.in-in,g;t t
config.status:      # PO directories have a Makefile.in generated from
Makefile.in.in.
configure.orig:      # PO directories have a Makefile.in generated from
Makefile.in.in.
djgpp\config.bat:test -f %XSRC%/po/Makefile.in.in
djgpp\config.bat:if not errorlevel 1 mv -f %XSRC%/po/Makefile.in.in
%XSRC%/po/Makefile.in-in
djgpp\config.sed:  s,Makefile\\.in\\.in,Makefile.in-in,g;t t\
djgpp\config.sed:# Makefile.in.in is renamed to Makefile.in-in.
djgpp\config.sed:  s|po/Makefile\.in|&:po/Makefile.in-in|
djgpp\config.sed:/CONFIG_FILES=/ s|po/Makefile\.in|&:po/Makefile.in-in|2
m4\gettext.m4:      # PO directories have a Makefile.in generated from
Makefile.in.in.
po\Makefile.in-in:DISTFILES.common = Makefile.in.in Makevars
remove-potcdate.sin \
po\Makefile.in-in:Makefile: Makefile.in.in $(top_builddir)/config.status
POTFILES.in

> >     DJ204 D:\dj204\gnu\texinfo4.5>cmd.exe /c djgpp\config.bat
>
> config.bat was written for and tested with COMMAND.COM, not CMD.EXE.
> Does it work if you say "command.com /c djgpp\config.bat" instead?
I run out of environment space so the config.bat exits. Looks like I don't
have a working command.com setup due to the environment setup rquried to do
this and since the discussion regarding command.com V cmd.exe I changed over
to using cmd.exe.

Andrew



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