Gnucash reports: Automake Failure
janssens-geert at telenet.be
Mon Jun 3 18:03:33 EDT 2013
I have just committed a fix that seems to cure this.
Can you check ? If not, Peter also submitted an alternative fix we can use instead.
On Monday 03 June 2013 14:44:59 Derek Atkins wrote:
> John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> writes:
> > I'm using automake-13 as well, and I see the failure. The problem is
> > explained in ; the "serial-tests" option is explained in . A
> > long discussion with possible workarounds is in . I tried the
> > first work-around -- the one with m4_ifndef -- and it didn't work
> > for me, but simply adding serial-tests to AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE does:
> > AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(1.12 [serial-tests dist-bzip2]) Note that that
> > requires automake-1.12, the first version in which serial-tests was
> > defined. The other option discussed in  is to switch to a
> > check_local target, which won't invoke the automake test runner at
> > all. A third would be to rewrite the test invocation to not use
> > patsubst.
> > Regards,
> > John Ralls
> > 
> > http://gnu-automake.7480.n7.nabble.com/bug-13477-automake-1-13-brea
> > ks-when-TESTS-variable-contains-GNU-make-macros-like-sort-td19596.ht
> > ml 
> > http://www.gnu.org/software/automake/manual/html_node/Serial-Test-H
> > arness.html 
> > http://gnu-automake.7480.n7.nabble.com/serial-tests-option-and-back
> > wards-compatibility-td19571.html
> I would suggest we change the TESTS variable so it does not contain a
> GNU make macro.
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