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Re: Interesting automake feature

On 25 Nov 2002, Ingo Ruhnke wrote:

>Jan Ekholm <chakie@infa.abo.fi> writes:
>> Apparently I do something wrong, but my Makefile.am is really
>> simple, and contains no custom rules or anything that isn't on the
>> first page of any automake tutorial. My configure.in is also very
>> simple and does nothing more than setup some C++ cruft and check for
>> a few libs. Anyone else seen something like this?
>It might be that your headers with no-suffixes are the problem, adding
>a .h or .hpp suffix might help. Another solution would be to not tell
>automake about the header in the _HEADERS variable, but only adding it
>to EXTRA_DIST. IIRC the _HEADERS variable is only needed if you want
>to install the header files, non-install header files belong to the

Ok, I had it in _SOURCES too, then tried noinst_HEADERS, but both clobber
the file.

So, is the bottom line that automake is for C projects, not C++ ones?

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