- From: "Christian Walther" <cptsalek@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 16:07:50 +0100
On 12/01/07, Gerard Seibert <gerard@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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- From time to time while compiling a program an error message will display
regarding "Present But Cannot Be Compiled" with a notation to report this
to the 'AC_PACKAGE_NAME'.
First, is this really necessary since the package does compile and
secondly, who or what is this 'AC_PACKAGE_NAME'?
"AC_PACKAGE_NAME" is a macro that is defined by autoconf.
AFAIK, if such a message appears during compilation, the wrong version
of autoconf is being used. It would be interesting to know if you
compile a port, because in this case the dependency is wrong.
If you downloaded a source tarball from a website, you should check
the requirements what the package needs to compile successfully.
autoconf and automake should be listed there, too.
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