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Add additional processing in an automake build for one object

I'm trying to make a small change to an automake build. The system to modify uses configure.ac and Makefile.am inputs. For a single object file within one subdirectory I have to invoke a script ...
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Nested packages for different subdirectories in autoconf?

I have different subdirectories that need to be compiled in different ways. For example, some files needs to include some others using CFLAGS. However, CFLAGS can only be set in configuration files, ...
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'pkglibexecdir' is not a legitimate directory

I'm following some outdated instructions in an attempt to compile some proprietary, closed-source, unsupported, legacy code. Here is what a typical shell session looks like: $ autoreconf -fi ...
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Why is this autogen.sh script failing?

I've downloaded this window manager from github and it has a autogen.sh script but it failed each time. I don't know what could happen or how to fix it: Output from ./autogen.sh: ...
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How to remove a license file when debian packaging using autotools automake?

My Debian package produces a lintian error: rhythmbox-plugin-alternative-toolbar: extra-license-file usr/lib/rhythmbox/plugins/alternative-toolbar/LICENSE This is because the source contains the ...
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Moving to FHS 3: How to overwrite GNU Autotools directory variables?

In GNU Autotools, the directory variables $sharedstatedir and $localstatedir expand to $(prefix)/com and $(prefix)/var respectively. However the com and var directories don't exist anymore in FHS 3, ...
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Autotools: Generating the GNUmakefile starting from GNUmakefile.am

After patching my Debian Jessie with Kernel 3.18.22 with the 5.0 test1 RTAI patch (www.rtai.org), I took the source code of a sample test application, provided with the patch, wanting to understand ...