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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH 04/20] autoconf: New test for openpty et al.

Roger Pau Monne writes ("Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH 04/20] autoconf: New test for 
openpty et al."):
> El 16/04/2012, a las 11:35, Ian Jackson escribió:
> > Yes.  This is normally done by autoheader, which is normally done by
> > autogen.sh.  But I see that we aren't running autoheader.  I will see
> > about fixing that.
> Autoheader was adding a lot of stuff which we weren't using, so I preferred 
> to keep config.h.in (and config.h) with just the defines we really need.

I just ran it and everything it generates seems to be produced by
something in configure.ac, as I expected.

Surely the problem then is that configure.ac has too much useless
stuff in it ?  For example why are we checking for things like alarm
and atexit and everything from <string.h>, which are going to exist
everywhere ?


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