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Automake supports an
include directive that can be used to
include other `Makefile' fragments when
automake is run.
Note that these fragments are read and interpreted by
make. As with conditionals,
make has no idea that
include is in use.
There are two forms of
Include a fragment that is found relative to the current source directory.
Include a fragment that is found relative to the top source directory.
Note that if a fragment is included inside a conditional, then the condition applies to the entire contents of that fragment.
Makefile fragments included this way are always distributed because they are needed to rebuild `Makefile.in'.
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