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_AM_DEPENDENCIES6.4.3 Private Macros

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AC_CANONICAL_BUILD6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CANONICAL_HOST6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CANONICAL_TARGET6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CONFIG_FILES6.1 Configuration requirements
AC_CONFIG_HEADERS6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CONFIG_LIBOBJ_DIR6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CONFIG_LINKS6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS7.4 Nesting Packages
AC_DEFUN6.3.3 Writing your own aclocal macros
AC_F77_LIBRARY_LDFLAGS6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_FC_SRCEXT6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_INIT6.4.1 Public Macros
AC_LIBOBJ6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_LIBOBJ8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
AC_LIBSOURCE6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_LIBSOURCES6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_OUTPUT6.1 Configuration requirements
AC_PREREQ6.3.3 Writing your own aclocal macros
AC_PROG_CC_C_O6.4.1 Public Macros
AC_PROG_CXX6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_F776.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_FC6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_LEX6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_LIBTOOL6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_OBJC6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_RANLIB6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_PROG_YACC6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_REQUIRE_AUX_FILE6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AC_SUBST6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_C_PROTOTYPES6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_C_PROTOTYPES8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
AM_COND_IF6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_COND_IF20.1 Usage of Conditionals
AM_CONDITIONAL6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_CONDITIONAL20.1 Usage of Conditionals
AM_CONFIG_HEADER6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
AM_DEP_TRACK6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_ENABLE_MULTILIB6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_GNU_GETTEXT6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_GNU_GETTEXT_INTL_SUBDIR6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_HEADER_TIOCGWINSZ_NEEDS_SYS_IOCTL6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE6.1 Configuration requirements
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE16. Rebuilding Makefiles
AM_MAINTAINER_MODEAM_MAINTAINER_MODE
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE([default-mode])6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_MAKE_INCLUDE6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_OUTPUT_DEPENDENCY_COMMANDS6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_PATH_LISPDIR6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PATH_PYTHON10.5 Python
AM_PROG_AS6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PROG_CC_C_O6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PROG_GCJ6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PROG_INSTALL_STRIP6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_PROG_LEX6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PROG_MKDIR_P6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
AM_PROG_UPC6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_PROG_VALAC8.16 Vala Support
AM_SANITY_CHECK6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_SET_DEPDIR6.4.3 Private Macros
AM_SILENT_RULES6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_SUBST_NOTMAKE(var)6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
AM_SYS_POSIX_TERMIOS6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
AM_WITH_DMALLOC6.4.1 Public Macros
AM_WITH_REGEX6.4.1 Public Macros

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m4_include6.2 Other things Automake recognizes

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_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
_HEADERS9.2 Header files
_LIBRARIES8.2 Building a library
_LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
_LOG_COMPILE15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
_LOG_COMPILER15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
_LOG_FLAGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
_LTLIBRARIES8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
_MANS11.2 Man Pages
_PROGRAMS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
_PYTHON10.5 Python
_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
_SOURCES8.1.1 Defining program sources
_SOURCES8.1.1 Defining program sources
_SOURCES8.5 Default _SOURCES
_TEXINFOS11.1 Texinfo
_TEXINFOS11.1 Texinfo

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ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS6.3.4 Handling Local Macros
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS16. Rebuilding Makefiles
ALLOCA8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
ALLOCA8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
AM_CCASFLAGS8.12 Assembly Support
AM_CFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
AM_COLOR_TESTS15.1 Simple Tests
AM_CPPFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
AM_CPPFLAGS8.12 Assembly Support
AM_CXXFLAGS8.9 C++ Support
AM_DEFAULT_SOURCE_EXT8.5 Default _SOURCES
AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY17. Changing Automake's Behavior
AM_ETAGSFLAGS18.1 Interfacing to etags
AM_EXT_LOG_FLAGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
AM_FCFLAGS8.14 Fortran 9x Support
AM_FFLAGS8.13 Fortran 77 Support
AM_GCJFLAGS8.15 Java Support
AM_INSTALLCHECK_STD_OPTIONS_EXEMPT17. Changing Automake's Behavior
AM_JAVACFLAGS10.4 Java
AM_LDFLAGS8.1.2 Linking the program
AM_LDFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
AM_LFLAGS8.8 Yacc and Lex support
AM_LIBTOOLFLAGS8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
AM_LOG_FLAGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
AM_MAKEFLAGS7.1 Recursing subdirectories
AM_MAKEINFOFLAGS11.1 Texinfo
AM_MAKEINFOHTMLFLAGS11.1 Texinfo
AM_OBJCFLAGS8.10 Objective C Support
AM_RFLAGS8.13 Fortran 77 Support
AM_RUNTESTFLAGS15.3 DejaGnu Tests
AM_UPCFLAGS8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
AM_V_at17. Changing Automake's Behavior
AM_V_GEN17. Changing Automake's Behavior
AM_VALAFLAGS8.16 Vala Support
AM_YFLAGS8.8 Yacc and Lex support
ANSI2KNR6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
AUTOCONF5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
AUTOM4TE6.3 Auto-generating aclocal.m4
AUTOMAKE_JOBS5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS6.4.1 Public Macros
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS17. Changing Automake's Behavior

B
bin_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
bin_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
build_triplet6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
BUILT_SOURCES9.4 Built Sources

C
CC8.7 Variables used when building a program
CCAS6.4.1 Public Macros
CCAS8.12 Assembly Support
CCASFLAGS6.4.1 Public Macros
CCASFLAGS8.12 Assembly Support
CFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
check_3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
check_LTLIBRARIES8.3.5 Libtool Convenience Libraries
check_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
check_PROGRAMS8.5 Default _SOURCES
check_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
CLASSPATH_ENV10.4 Java
CLEANFILES13. What Gets Cleaned
COMPILE8.7 Variables used when building a program
CONFIG_STATUS_DEPENDENCIES16. Rebuilding Makefiles
CONFIGURE_DEPENDENCIES16. Rebuilding Makefiles
CPPFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
CPPFLAGS8.12 Assembly Support
CXX8.9 C++ Support
CXXCOMPILE8.9 C++ Support
CXXFLAGS8.9 C++ Support
CXXLINK8.9 C++ Support
CXXLINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen

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DATA3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
data_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
DEFS8.7 Variables used when building a program
DEJATOOL15.3 DejaGnu Tests
DESTDIR2.2.10 Building Binary Packages Using DESTDIR
DESTDIR12.4 Staged Installs
DISABLE_HARD_ERRORS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
dist_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
dist_14.2 Fine-grained Distribution Control
dist_lisp_LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
dist_noinst_LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
DIST_SUBDIRS7.2.2 Subdirectories with AM_CONDITIONAL
DIST_SUBDIRS14.1 Basics of Distribution
DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS14.4 Checking the Distribution
distcleancheck_listfiles14.4 Checking the Distribution
distcleancheck_listfiles14.4 Checking the Distribution
DISTCLEANFILES13. What Gets Cleaned
DISTCLEANFILES14.4 Checking the Distribution
distdir14.3 The dist Hook
distdir23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
distuninstallcheck_listfiles14.4 Checking the Distribution
DVIPS11.1 Texinfo

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EMACS6.4.1 Public Macros
ETAGS_ARGS18.1 Interfacing to etags
ETAGSFLAGS18.1 Interfacing to etags
EXPECT15.3 DejaGnu Tests
EXT_LOG_COMPILE15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
EXT_LOG_COMPILER15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
EXT_LOG_FLAGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
EXTRA_DIST14.1 Basics of Distribution
EXTRA_maude_SOURCES8.4 Program and Library Variables
EXTRA_PROGRAMSConditional Programs using configure Substitutions

F
F778.13 Fortran 77 Support
F77COMPILE8.13 Fortran 77 Support
F77LINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
FC8.14 Fortran 9x Support
FCCOMPILE8.14 Fortran 9x Support
FCFLAGS8.14 Fortran 9x Support
FCLINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
FCLINK8.14 Fortran 9x Support
FFLAGS8.13 Fortran 77 Support
FLIBS8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
FLINK8.13 Fortran 77 Support

G
GCJ6.4.1 Public Macros
GCJFLAGS6.4.1 Public Macros
GCJFLAGS8.15 Java Support
GCJLINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
GTAGS_ARGS18.1 Interfacing to etags
GZIP_ENV14.1 Basics of Distribution

H
HEADERS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
host_triplet6.2 Other things Automake recognizes

I
include_HEADERS9.2 Header files
INCLUDES8.7 Variables used when building a program
info_TEXINFOS11.1 Texinfo

J
JAVA3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
JAVAC10.4 Java
JAVACFLAGS10.4 Java
JAVAROOT10.4 Java

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LDADD8.1.2 Linking the program
LDFLAGS8.7 Variables used when building a program
LFLAGS8.8 Yacc and Lex support
lib_LIBRARIES8.2 Building a library
lib_LTLIBRARIES8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
libexec_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
libexec_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
LIBOBJS6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
LIBOBJS8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LIBOBJS8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
LIBRARIES3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
LIBS8.7 Variables used when building a program
LIBTOOLFLAGS8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
LINK8.7 Variables used when building a program
LINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
LISP3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
lisp_LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
lispdir6.4.1 Public Macros
localstate_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
LOG_COMPILE15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
LOG_COMPILER15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
LOG_FLAGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
LTALLOCA8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LTALLOCA8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
LTLIBOBJS8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LTLIBOBJS8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA

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MAINTAINERCLEANFILES13. What Gets Cleaned
MAKE7.1 Recursing subdirectories
MAKEINFO11.1 Texinfo
MAKEINFOFLAGS11.1 Texinfo
MAKEINFOHTML11.1 Texinfo
man_MANS11.2 Man Pages
MANS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
maude_AR8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_CCASFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_CFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_CPPFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_CXXFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_DEPENDENCIES8.1.2 Linking the program
maude_DEPENDENCIES8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_FFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_GCJFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LDADD8.1.2 Linking the program
maude_LDADD8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LDFLAGS8.1.2 Linking the program
maude_LDFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LIBADD8.2 Building a library
maude_LIBADD8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LIBTOOLFLAGS8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
maude_LIBTOOLFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_LINK8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_OBJCFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_RFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_SHORTNAME8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_SOURCES8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_UPCFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
maude_YFLAGS8.4 Program and Library Variables
mkdir_p6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
MKDIR_P6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
MOSTLYCLEANFILES13. What Gets Cleaned

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nobase_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
nodist_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
nodist_14.2 Fine-grained Distribution Control
noinst_3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
noinst_HEADERS9.2 Header files
noinst_HEADERS9.2 Header files
noinst_LIBRARIES8.2 Building a library
noinst_LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
noinst_LTLIBRARIES8.3.5 Libtool Convenience Libraries
noinst_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
noinst_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
notrans_11.2 Man Pages

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OBJC8.10 Objective C Support
OBJCCOMPILE8.10 Objective C Support
OBJCFLAGS8.10 Objective C Support
OBJCLINK8.10 Objective C Support
OBJCLINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
oldinclude_HEADERS9.2 Header files

P
PACKAGE14.1 Basics of Distribution
pkgdata_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
pkgdata_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
pkgdatadir3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkginclude_HEADERS9.2 Header files
pkgincludedir3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglib_LIBRARIES8.2 Building a library
pkglib_LTLIBRARIES8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
pkglib_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
pkglibdir3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglibexecdir3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkgpyexecdir10.5 Python
pkgpythondir10.5 Python
PROGRAMS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
PROGRAMS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pyexecdir10.5 Python
PYTHON3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
PYTHON10.5 Python
PYTHON_EXEC_PREFIX10.5 Python
PYTHON_PLATFORM10.5 Python
PYTHON_PREFIX10.5 Python
PYTHON_VERSION10.5 Python
pythondir10.5 Python

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RECHECK_LOGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
RFLAGS8.13 Fortran 77 Support
RST2HTML15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
RUNTEST15.3 DejaGnu Tests
RUNTESTDEFAULTFLAGS15.3 DejaGnu Tests
RUNTESTFLAGS15.3 DejaGnu Tests

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sbin_PROGRAMS8.1.1 Defining program sources
sbin_SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
SCRIPTS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
sharedstate_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
SOURCES8.1.1 Defining program sources
SOURCES8.5 Default _SOURCES
SUBDIRS7.1 Recursing subdirectories
SUBDIRS14.1 Basics of Distribution
SUFFIXES18.2 Handling new file extensions
sysconf_DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files

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TAGS_DEPENDENCIES18.1 Interfacing to etags
target_triplet6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
TEST_EXTENSIONS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
TEST_LOGS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
TEST_SUITE_HTML15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
TEST_SUITE_LOG15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
TESTS15.1 Simple Tests
TESTS15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
TESTS_ENVIRONMENT15.1 Simple Tests
TEXI2DVI11.1 Texinfo
TEXI2PDF11.1 Texinfo
TEXINFO_TEX11.1 Texinfo
TEXINFOS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
TEXINFOS11.1 Texinfo
top_distdir14.3 The dist Hook
top_distdir23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's

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U6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
UPC6.4.1 Public Macros
UPC8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
UPCCOMPILE8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
UPCFLAGS8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
UPCLINK8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
UPCLINK8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen

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V17. Changing Automake's Behavior
VALAC8.16 Vala Support
VALAFLAGS8.16 Vala Support
VERBOSE15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
VERSION14.1 Basics of Distribution

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WARNINGS5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
WARNINGS6.3.1 aclocal Options
WITH_DMALLOC6.4.1 Public Macros
WITH_REGEX6.4.1 Public Macros

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XFAIL_TESTS15.1 Simple Tests

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YACC6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
YFLAGS8.8 Yacc and Lex support

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## (special Automake comment)3.1 General Operation
#serial syntax6.3.5 Serial Numbers

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`$(LIBOBJS)' and empty libraries8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA

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`--enable-debug', example20.1 Usage of Conditionals
`--gnits', complete description21. The effect of `--gnu' and `--gnits'
`--gnu', complete description21. The effect of `--gnu' and `--gnits'
`--gnu', required files21. The effect of `--gnu' and `--gnits'
`--help' check17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`--version' check17. Changing Automake's Behavior
-a5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--acdir6.3.1 aclocal Options
--add-missing5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--build=BUILD2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
-c5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--copy5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--cygnus5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--diff6.3.1 aclocal Options
--disable-dependency-tracking2.2.12 Automatic Dependency Tracking
--disable-maintainer-mode6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
--disable-silent-rules17. Changing Automake's Behavior
--dry-run6.3.1 aclocal Options
--enable-dependency-tracking2.2.12 Automatic Dependency Tracking
--enable-maintainer-mode6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
--enable-silent-rules17. Changing Automake's Behavior
-f5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--force6.3.1 aclocal Options
--force-missing5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--foreign5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--gnits5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--gnu5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--help5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--help6.3.1 aclocal Options
--help=recursive2.2.13 Nested Packages
`-hook' targets23.1 Extending Automake Rules
--host=HOST2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
-I6.3.1 aclocal Options
-i5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--include-deps5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--install6.3.1 aclocal Options
`-l' and LDADD8.1.2 Linking the program
--libdir5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
`-local' targets23.1 Extending Automake Rules
`-module', libtool8.3.6 Libtool Modules
--no-force5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
-o5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--output6.3.1 aclocal Options
--output-dir5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--prefix2.2.3 Standard Directory Variables
--print-ac-dir6.3.1 aclocal Options
--program-prefix=PREFIX2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
--program-suffix=SUFFIX2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
--program-transform-name=PROGRAM2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
--target=TARGET2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
-v5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--verbose5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--verbose6.3.1 aclocal Options
--version5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--version6.3.1 aclocal Options
-W5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
-W6.3.1 aclocal Options
-Wall2.4.2 `amhello-1.0' Explained
--warnings5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
--warnings6.3.1 aclocal Options
-Werror2.4.2 `amhello-1.0' Explained
--with-dmalloc6.4.1 Public Macros
--with-regex6.4.1 Public Macros

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`.la' suffix, defined8.3.1 The Libtool Concept

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_DATA primary, defined9.3 Architecture-independent data files
_DEPENDENCIES, defined8.1.2 Linking the program
_HEADERS primary, defined9.2 Header files
_JAVA primary, defined10.4 Java
_LDFLAGS, defined8.1.2 Linking the program
_LDFLAGS, libtool8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
_LIBADD, libtool8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
_LIBRARIES primary, defined8.2 Building a library
_LIBTOOLFLAGS, libtool8.3.7 _LIBADD, _LDFLAGS, and _LIBTOOLFLAGS
_LISP primary, defined10.1 Emacs Lisp
_LTLIBRARIES primary, defined8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
_MANS primary, defined11.2 Man Pages
_PROGRAMS primary variable3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
_PYTHON primary, defined10.5 Python
_SCRIPTS primary, defined9.1 Executable Scripts
_SOURCES and header files8.1.1 Defining program sources
_SOURCES primary, defined8.1.1 Defining program sources
_SOURCES, default8.5 Default _SOURCES
_SOURCES, empty8.5 Default _SOURCES
_TEXINFOS primary, defined11.1 Texinfo

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AC_CONFIG_FILES, conditional20.1 Usage of Conditionals
AC_SUBST and SUBDIRS7.2.3 Subdirectories with AC_SUBST
`acinclude.m4', defined4.1 A simple example, start to finish
aclocal and serial numbers6.3.5 Serial Numbers
aclocal program, introduction4.1 A simple example, start to finish
aclocal search path6.3.2 Macro Search Path
aclocal's scheduled death6.3.6 The Future of aclocal
aclocal, extending6.3.3 Writing your own aclocal macros
aclocal, Invoking6.3 Auto-generating aclocal.m4
aclocal, Options6.3.1 aclocal Options
`aclocal.m4', preexisting4.1 A simple example, start to finish
Adding new SUFFIXES18.2 Handling new file extensions
all2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
all23.1 Extending Automake Rules
all-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
ALLOCA, and Libtool8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
ALLOCA, example8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
ALLOCA, special handling8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
AM_CCASFLAGS and CCASFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_CFLAGS and CFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_CONDITIONAL and SUBDIRS7.2.2 Subdirectories with AM_CONDITIONAL
AM_CPPFLAGS and CPPFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_CXXFLAGS and CXXFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_FCFLAGS and FCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_FFLAGS and FFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_GCJFLAGS and GCJFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE, example use4.1 A simple example, start to finish
AM_LDFLAGS and LDFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_LFLAGS and LFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_LIBTOOLFLAGS and LIBTOOLFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_MAINTAINER_MODE, purposeAM_MAINTAINER_MODE
AM_OBJCFLAGS and OBJCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_RFLAGS and RFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_UPCFLAGS and UPCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
AM_YFLAGS and YFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
`amhello-1.0.tar.gz', creation2.4 A Small Hello World
`amhello-1.0.tar.gz', location2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
`amhello-1.0.tar.gz', use cases2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
ansi2knr8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
ansi2knr17. Changing Automake's Behavior
ansi2knr and LIBOBJS8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
ansi2knr and LTLIBOBJS8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
Append operator3.1 General Operation
ARG_MAX3.4 Staying below the command line length limit
`autogen.sh' and autoreconf8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'
autom4te6.3 Auto-generating aclocal.m4
Automake constraints1. Introduction
automake options5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
Automake requirements1. Introduction
Automake requirements6.1 Configuration requirements
automake, invoking5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
Automake, recursive operation3.1 General Operation
Automatic dependency tracking8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
Automatic linker selection8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
autoreconf and libtoolize8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'
autoreconf, example2.4.1 Creating `amhello-1.0.tar.gz'
autoscan2.4.2 `amhello-1.0' Explained
Autotools, introduction2.1 Introducing the GNU Build System
Autotools, purpose2.3 How Autotools Help
autoupdate6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
Auxiliary programs3.7 Programs automake might require
Avoiding man page renaming11.2 Man Pages
Avoiding path stripping7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories

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Binary package2.2.10 Building Binary Packages Using DESTDIR
`bootstrap.sh' and autoreconf8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'
Bugs, reporting1. Introduction
build tree and source tree2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
BUILT_SOURCES, defined9.4 Built Sources

C
C++ support8.9 C++ Support
canonicalizing Automake variables3.5 How derived variables are named
CCASFLAGS and AM_CCASFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
CFLAGS and AM_CFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
cfortran8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
check2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
check15. Support for test suites
check23.1 Extending Automake Rules
check-html15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
check-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
check-news17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`check_' primary prefix, definition3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
check_PROGRAMS example8.5 Default _SOURCES
clean2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
clean23.1 Extending Automake Rules
clean-local13. What Gets Cleaned
clean-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
color-tests17. Changing Automake's Behavior
command line length limit3.4 Staying below the command line length limit
Comment, special to Automake3.1 General Operation
Compile Flag VariablesCompile Flag Variables
Complete example4.1 A simple example, start to finish
Conditional example, `--enable-debug'20.1 Usage of Conditionals
conditional libtool libraries8.3.3 Building Libtool Libraries Conditionally
Conditional programs8.1.4 Conditional compilation of programs
Conditional subdirectories7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
Conditional SUBDIRS7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
Conditionals20. Conditionals
`config.guess'5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
`config.site' example2.2.5 Overriding Default Configuration Setting with `config.site'
configuration variables, overriding2.2.4 Standard Configuration Variables
Configuration, basics2.2.1 Basic Installation
`configure.ac', scanning6. Scanning `configure.ac'
conflicting definitions23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Constraints of Automake1. Introduction
convenience libraries, libtool8.3.5 Libtool Convenience Libraries
copying semantics23.1 Extending Automake Rules
cpio example3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
CPPFLAGS and AM_CPPFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
cross-compilation2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
cross-compilation example2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
CVS and generated filesLiving with CVS in Autoconfiscated Projects
CVS and third-party filesThird-party Files
CVS and timestampsBackground: CVS and Timestamps
cvs-dist3.1 General Operation
cvs-dist, non-standard example3.1 General Operation
CXXFLAGS and AM_CXXFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
cygnus17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`cygnus' strictness22. The effect of `--cygnus'

D
DATA primary, defined9.3 Architecture-independent data files
de-ANSI-fication, defined8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
debug build, example2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
debugging rules27.11 Debugging Make Rules
default _SOURCES8.5 Default _SOURCES
default source, Libtool modules example8.5 Default _SOURCES
default verbosity for silent-rules17. Changing Automake's Behavior
definitions, conflicts23.1 Extending Automake Rules
dejagnu15.3 DejaGnu Tests
dejagnu17. Changing Automake's Behavior
depcomp8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
dependencies and distributed files27.5 Files left in build directory after distclean
Dependency tracking2.2.12 Automatic Dependency Tracking
Dependency tracking8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
Dependency tracking, disabling8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
directory variables2.2.3 Standard Directory Variables
`dirlist'Modifying the Macro Search Path: `dirlist'
Disabling dependency tracking8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
dist2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
dist14.1 Basics of Distribution
dist-bzip217. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-bzip217. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-gzip14.5 The Types of Distributions
dist-hook14.3 The dist Hook
dist-hook23.1 Extending Automake Rules
dist-lzma17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-lzma17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-shar17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-shar17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-tarZ17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-tarZ17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-xz14.5 The Types of Distributions
dist-zip17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist-zip17. Changing Automake's Behavior
dist_ and nobase_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
dist_ and notrans_11.2 Man Pages
DIST_SUBDIRS, explained7.2.1 SUBDIRS vs. DIST_SUBDIRS
distcheck2.4.1 Creating `amhello-1.0.tar.gz'
distcheck14.4 Checking the Distribution
distcheck better than dist2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
distcheck example2.4.1 Creating `amhello-1.0.tar.gz'
distcheck-hook14.4 Checking the Distribution
distclean2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
distclean23.1 Extending Automake Rules
distclean27.5 Files left in build directory after distclean
distclean, diagnostic27.5 Files left in build directory after distclean
distclean-local13. What Gets Cleaned
distclean-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
distcleancheck14.4 Checking the Distribution
distcleancheck27.5 Files left in build directory after distclean
distdir23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
Distributions, preparation2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
dmalloc, support for6.4.1 Public Macros
dvi11.1 Texinfo
dvi23.1 Extending Automake Rules
DVI output using Texinfo11.1 Texinfo
dvi-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules

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E
E-mail, bug reports1. Introduction
EDITION Texinfo flag11.1 Texinfo
else20.1 Usage of Conditionals
empty _SOURCES8.5 Default _SOURCES
Empty libraries8.2 Building a library
Empty libraries and `$(LIBOBJS)'8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
endif20.1 Usage of Conditionals
Example conditional `--enable-debug'20.1 Usage of Conditionals
Example conditional AC_CONFIG_FILES20.1 Usage of Conditionals
Example Hello World2.4 A Small Hello World
Example of recursive operation3.1 General Operation
Example of shared libraries8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
Example, EXTRA_PROGRAMS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Example, false and true4.2 Building true and false
Example, mixed language8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
Executable extension8.20 Support for executable extensions
Exit status 77, special interpretation15.1 Simple Tests
Exit status 99, special interpretation15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
Expected test failure15.1 Simple Tests
Extending aclocal6.3.3 Writing your own aclocal macros
Extending list of installation directories3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Extension, executable8.20 Support for executable extensions
Extra files distributed with Automake5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
EXTRA_, prepending3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
EXTRA_prog_SOURCES, definedConditional Compilation using _LDADD Substitutions
EXTRA_PROGRAMS, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
EXTRA_PROGRAMS, definedConditional Programs using configure Substitutions

F
false Example4.2 Building true and false
FCFLAGS and AM_FCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
Features of the GNU Build System2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
FFLAGS and AM_FFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
file names, limitations on27.4 Limitations on File Names
filename-length-max=9917. Changing Automake's Behavior
Files distributed with Automake5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
First line of Makefile.am3.1 General Operation
Flag Variables, OrderingCompile Flag Variables
Flag variables, ordering27.6 Flag Variables Ordering
FLIBS, defined8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
foreign2.4.2 `amhello-1.0' Explained
foreign17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`foreign' strictness3.2 Strictness
Fortran 77 support8.13 Fortran 77 Support
Fortran 77, mixing with C and C++8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
Fortran 77, Preprocessing8.13.1 Preprocessing Fortran 77
Fortran 9x support8.14 Fortran 9x Support

G
GCJFLAGS and AM_GCJFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
generated files and CVSLiving with CVS in Autoconfiscated Projects
generated files, distributedBackground: distributed generated Files
Gettext support10.2 Gettext
git-dist3.1 General Operation
gnits17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`gnits' strictness3.2 Strictness
gnu17. Changing Automake's Behavior
GNU Build System, basics2.2.1 Basic Installation
GNU Build System, features2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
GNU Build System, introduction2.1 Introducing the GNU Build System
GNU Build System, use cases2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
GNU Coding Standards2.1 Introducing the GNU Build System
GNU Gettext support10.2 Gettext
GNU make extensions3.1 General Operation
GNU Makefile standards1. Introduction
`gnu' strictness3.2 Strictness
`GNUmakefile' including `Makefile'23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's

H
hard error15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
Header files in _SOURCES8.1.1 Defining program sources
HEADERS primary, defined9.2 Header files
HEADERS, installation directories9.2 Header files
Hello World example2.4 A Small Hello World
hook targets23.1 Extending Automake Rules
HP-UX 10, lex problems6.4.1 Public Macros
html11.1 Texinfo
html23.1 Extending Automake Rules
HTML output using Texinfo11.1 Texinfo
html-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules

I
id18.1 Interfacing to etags
if20.1 Usage of Conditionals
include14.1 Basics of Distribution
include19. Include
include, distribution14.1 Basics of Distribution
Including `Makefile' fragment19. Include
indentation3.1 General Operation
info17. Changing Automake's Behavior
info23.1 Extending Automake Rules
info-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
install12.2 The Two Parts of Install
install23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Install hook12.3 Extending Installation
Install, two parts of12.2 The Two Parts of Install
install-data2.2.7 Two-Part Installation
install-data12.2 The Two Parts of Install
install-data23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-data-hook23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-data-local12.3 Extending Installation
install-data-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-dvi11.1 Texinfo
install-dvi23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-dvi-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-exec2.2.7 Two-Part Installation
install-exec12.2 The Two Parts of Install
install-exec23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-exec-hook23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-exec-local12.3 Extending Installation
install-exec-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-html11.1 Texinfo
install-html23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-html-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-info11.1 Texinfo
install-info17. Changing Automake's Behavior
install-info23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-info target11.1 Texinfo
install-info-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-man11.2 Man Pages
install-man17. Changing Automake's Behavior
install-man target11.2 Man Pages
install-pdf11.1 Texinfo
install-pdf23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-pdf-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-ps11.1 Texinfo
install-ps23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-ps-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
install-strip2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
install-strip12.5 Install Rules for the User
Installation directories, extending list3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Installation support12. What Gets Installed
Installation, basics2.2.1 Basic Installation
installcheck2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
installcheck23.1 Extending Automake Rules
installcheck-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
installdirs12.5 Install Rules for the User
installdirs23.1 Extending Automake Rules
installdirs-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Installing headers9.2 Header files
Installing scripts9.1 Executable Scripts
installing versioned binaries23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Interfacing with third-party packages23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
Invoking aclocal6.3 Auto-generating aclocal.m4
Invoking automake5. Creating a `Makefile.in'

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JAVA primary, defined10.4 Java
JAVA restrictions10.4 Java
Java support8.15 Java Support

L
lazy test execution15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
LDADD and `-l'8.1.2 Linking the program
LDFLAGS and AM_LDFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
lex problems with HP-UX 106.4.1 Public Macros
lex, multiple lexers8.8 Yacc and Lex support
LFLAGS and AM_LFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
`libltdl', introduction8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
LIBOBJS and ansi2knr8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
LIBOBJS, and Libtool8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LIBOBJS, example8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
LIBOBJS, special handling8.6 Special handling for LIBOBJS and ALLOCA
LIBRARIES primary, defined8.2 Building a library
libtool convenience libraries8.3.5 Libtool Convenience Libraries
libtool libraries, conditional8.3.3 Building Libtool Libraries Conditionally
libtool library, definition8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
libtool modules8.3.6 Libtool Modules
Libtool modules, default source example8.5 Default _SOURCES
libtool, introduction8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
LIBTOOLFLAGS and AM_LIBTOOLFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
libtoolize and autoreconf8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'
libtoolize, no longer run by automake8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'
Linking Fortran 77 with C and C++8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
LISP primary, defined10.1 Emacs Lisp
LN_S example23.1 Extending Automake Rules
local targets23.1 Extending Automake Rules
LTALLOCA, special handling8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LTLIBOBJS and ansi2knr8.18 Automatic de-ANSI-fication
LTLIBOBJS, special handling8.3.8 LTLIBOBJS and LTALLOCA
LTLIBRARIES primary, defined8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
`ltmain.sh' not found8.3.9.1 Error: `required file `./ltmain.sh' not found'

M
m4_include, distribution14.1 Basics of Distribution
Macro search path6.3.2 Macro Search Path
macro serial numbers6.3.5 Serial Numbers
Macros Automake recognizes6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
maintainer-clean-local13. What Gets Cleaned
make check15. Support for test suites
`make clean' support13. What Gets Cleaned
`make dist'14.1 Basics of Distribution
`make distcheck'14.4 Checking the Distribution
`make distclean', diagnostic27.5 Files left in build directory after distclean
`make distcleancheck'14.4 Checking the Distribution
`make distuninstallcheck'14.4 Checking the Distribution
`make install' support12. What Gets Installed
`make installcheck', testing `--help' and `--version'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Make rules, overriding3.1 General Operation
Make targets, overriding3.1 General Operation
`Makefile' fragment, including19. Include
Makefile.am, first line3.1 General Operation
`Makefile.am', Hello World2.4.2 `amhello-1.0' Explained
Man page renaming, avoiding11.2 Man Pages
MANS primary, defined11.2 Man Pages
many outputs, rules with27.9 Handling Tools that Produce Many Outputs
`mdate-sh'11.1 Texinfo
MinGW cross-compilation example2.2.8 Cross-Compilation
missing, purposemissing
Mixed language example8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
Mixing Fortran 77 with C and C++8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
Mixing Fortran 77 with C and/or C++8.13.3 Mixing Fortran 77 With C and C++
mkdir -p, macro check6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
modules, libtool8.3.6 Libtool Modules
mostlyclean15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
mostlyclean23.1 Extending Automake Rules
mostlyclean-local13. What Gets Cleaned
mostlyclean-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
multiple configurations, example2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
Multiple `configure.ac' files5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
Multiple lex lexers8.8 Yacc and Lex support
multiple outputs, rules with27.9 Handling Tools that Produce Many Outputs
Multiple yacc parsers8.8 Yacc and Lex support

N
Nested packages2.2.13 Nested Packages
Nesting packages7.4 Nesting Packages
no-define6.4.1 Public Macros
no-define17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-dependencies8.19 Automatic dependency tracking
no-dependencies17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-dist17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-dist-gzip17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-exeext17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-installinfo11.1 Texinfo
no-installinfo17. Changing Automake's Behavior
no-installinfo option11.1 Texinfo
no-installman11.2 Man Pages
no-installman17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`no-installman' option11.2 Man Pages
no-texinfo.tex17. Changing Automake's Behavior
nobase_ and dist_ or nodist_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
nobase_ prefix7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
nodist_ and nobase_7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
nodist_ and notrans_11.2 Man Pages
`noinst_' primary prefix, definition3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Non-GNU packages3.2 Strictness
Non-standard targets3.1 General Operation
nostdinc17. Changing Automake's Behavior
notrans_ and dist_ or nodist_11.2 Man Pages
notrans_ prefix11.2 Man Pages

O
OBJCFLAGS and AM_OBJCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
Objective C support8.10 Objective C Support
Objects in subdirectory8.4 Program and Library Variables
obsolete macros6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
optimized build, example2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
Option, `--warnings=category'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `-Wcategory'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `ansi2knr'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `check-news'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `color-tests'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `cygnus'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dejagnu'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dist-bzip2'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dist-lzma'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dist-shar'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dist-tarZ'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `dist-zip'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `filename-length-max=99'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `foreign'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `gnits'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `gnu'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-define'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-dependencies'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-dist'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-dist-gzip'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-exeext'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, no-installinfo11.1 Texinfo
Option, `no-installinfo'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-installman'11.2 Man Pages
Option, `no-installman'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `no-texinfo.tex'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `nostdinc'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `parallel-tests'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `readme-alpha'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `silent-rules'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `tar-pax'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `tar-ustar'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, `tar-v7'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, version17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Option, warnings17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Options, aclocal6.3.1 aclocal Options
Options, automake5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
Options, `std-options'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Options, `subdir-objects'17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Ordering flag variables27.6 Flag Variables Ordering
Overriding make rules3.1 General Operation
Overriding make targets3.1 General Operation
Overriding make variables3.1 General Operation
overriding rules23.1 Extending Automake Rules
overriding semantics23.1 Extending Automake Rules

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PACKAGE, directory3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
PACKAGE, prevent definition6.4.1 Public Macros
Packages, nested2.2.13 Nested Packages
Packages, preparation2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
Parallel build trees2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
parallel-tests17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`parallel-tests', Using15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
Path stripping, avoiding7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
pax format17. Changing Automake's Behavior
pdf11.1 Texinfo
pdf23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PDF output using Texinfo11.1 Texinfo
pdf-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Per-object flags, emulated27.8 Per-Object Flags Emulation
per-target compilation flags, defined8.4 Program and Library Variables
pkgdatadir, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkgincludedir, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglibdir, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglibexecdir, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
POSIX termios headers6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
Preparing distributions2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
Preprocessing Fortran 778.13.1 Preprocessing Fortran 77
Primary variable, DATA9.3 Architecture-independent data files
Primary variable, defined3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Primary variable, HEADERS9.2 Header files
Primary variable, JAVA10.4 Java
Primary variable, LIBRARIES8.2 Building a library
Primary variable, LISP10.1 Emacs Lisp
Primary variable, LTLIBRARIES8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
Primary variable, MANS11.2 Man Pages
Primary variable, PROGRAMS3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Primary variable, PYTHON10.5 Python
Primary variable, SCRIPTS9.1 Executable Scripts
Primary variable, SOURCES8.1.1 Defining program sources
Primary variable, TEXINFOS11.1 Texinfo
prog_LDADD, defined8.1.2 Linking the program
PROGRAMS primary variable3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Programs, auxiliary3.7 Programs automake might require
PROGRAMS, bindir8.1.1 Defining program sources
Programs, conditional8.1.4 Conditional compilation of programs
Programs, renaming during installation2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
Proxy `Makefile' for third-party packages23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
ps11.1 Texinfo
ps23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PS output using Texinfo11.1 Texinfo
ps-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PYTHON primary, defined10.5 Python

R
Ratfor programs8.13.1 Preprocessing Fortran 77
read-only source tree2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
`README-alpha'21. The effect of `--gnu' and `--gnits'
readme-alpha17. Changing Automake's Behavior
rebuild rules16. Rebuilding Makefiles
rebuild rulesBackground: distributed generated Files
recheck15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
recheck-html15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
Recognized macros by Automake6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
Recursive operation of Automake3.1 General Operation
recursive targets and third-party `Makefile's23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
regex package6.4.1 Public Macros
Renaming programs2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
Reporting bugs1. Introduction
Requirements of Automake6.1 Configuration requirements
Requirements, Automake1. Introduction
Restrictions for JAVA10.4 Java
RFLAGS and AM_RFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
rules with multiple outputs27.9 Handling Tools that Produce Many Outputs
rules, conflicting23.1 Extending Automake Rules
rules, debugging27.11 Debugging Make Rules
rules, overriding23.1 Extending Automake Rules
rx package6.4.1 Public Macros

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Scanning `configure.ac'6. Scanning `configure.ac'
SCRIPTS primary, defined9.1 Executable Scripts
SCRIPTS, installation directories9.1 Executable Scripts
Selecting the linker automatically8.13.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
serial number and `--install'6.3.1 aclocal Options
serial numbers in macros6.3.5 Serial Numbers
Shared libraries, support for8.3 Building a Shared Library
silent-rules17. Changing Automake's Behavior
`site.exp'15.3 DejaGnu Tests
source tree and build tree2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
source tree, read-only2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
SOURCES primary, defined8.1.1 Defining program sources
Special Automake comment3.1 General Operation
Staged installation2.2.10 Building Binary Packages Using DESTDIR
std-options17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Strictness, command line5. Creating a `Makefile.in'
Strictness, defined3.2 Strictness
Strictness, `foreign'3.2 Strictness
Strictness, `gnits'3.2 Strictness
Strictness, `gnu'3.2 Strictness
su, before make install2.2.1 Basic Installation
subdir-objects17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Subdirectories, building conditionally7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
Subdirectories, configured conditionally7.2.4 Unconfigured Subdirectories
Subdirectories, not distributed7.2.4 Unconfigured Subdirectories
Subdirectory, objects in8.4 Program and Library Variables
SUBDIRS and AC_SUBST7.2.3 Subdirectories with AC_SUBST
SUBDIRS and AM_CONDITIONAL7.2.2 Subdirectories with AM_CONDITIONAL
SUBDIRS, conditional7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
SUBDIRS, explained7.1 Recursing subdirectories
Subpackages2.2.13 Nested Packages
Subpackages7.4 Nesting Packages
suffix `.la', defined8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
suffix `.lo', defined8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
SUFFIXES, adding18.2 Handling new file extensions
Support for C++8.9 C++ Support
Support for Fortran 778.13 Fortran 77 Support
Support for Fortran 9x8.14 Fortran 9x Support
Support for GNU Gettext10.2 Gettext
Support for Java8.15 Java Support
Support for Objective C8.10 Objective C Support
Support for Unified Parallel C8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
Support for Vala8.16 Vala Support

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tags18.1 Interfacing to etags
`TAGS' support18.1 Interfacing to etags
tar formats17. Changing Automake's Behavior
tar-pax17. Changing Automake's Behavior
tar-ustar17. Changing Automake's Behavior
tar-v717. Changing Automake's Behavior
Target, install-info11.1 Texinfo
Target, install-man11.2 Man Pages
termios POSIX headers6.4.2 Obsolete Macros
Test suites15. Support for test suites
Tests, expected failure15.1 Simple Tests
Texinfo flag, EDITION11.1 Texinfo
Texinfo flag, UPDATED11.1 Texinfo
Texinfo flag, UPDATED-MONTH11.1 Texinfo
Texinfo flag, VERSION11.1 Texinfo
`texinfo.tex'11.1 Texinfo
TEXINFOS primary, defined11.1 Texinfo
third-party files and CVSThird-party Files
Third-party packages, interfacing with23.2 Third-Party `Makefile's
timestamps and CVSBackground: CVS and Timestamps
Transforming program names2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
trees, source vs. build2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
true Example4.2 Building true and false

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underquoted AC_DEFUN6.3.3 Writing your own aclocal macros
Unified Parallel C support8.11 Unified Parallel C Support
Uniform naming scheme3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
uninstall2.2.2 Standard `Makefile' Targets
uninstall12.5 Install Rules for the User
uninstall23.1 Extending Automake Rules
uninstall-hook23.1 Extending Automake Rules
uninstall-local23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Unit tests15.2 Simple Tests using `parallel-tests'
Unpacking2.2.1 Basic Installation
UPCFLAGS and AM_UPCFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
UPDATED Texinfo flag11.1 Texinfo
UPDATED-MONTH Texinfo flag11.1 Texinfo
Use Cases for the GNU Build System2.2 Use Cases for the GNU Build System
user variables3.6 Variables reserved for the user
ustar format17. Changing Automake's Behavior

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v7 tar format17. Changing Automake's Behavior
Vala Support8.16 Vala Support
variables, conflicting23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Variables, overriding3.1 General Operation
variables, reserved for the user3.6 Variables reserved for the user
VERSION Texinfo flag11.1 Texinfo
VERSION, prevent definition6.4.1 Public Macros
`version.m4', example16. Rebuilding Makefiles
`version.sh', example16. Rebuilding Makefiles
versioned binaries, installing23.1 Extending Automake Rules
VPATH builds2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)

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wildcards27.3 Why doesn't Automake support wildcards?
Windows8.20 Support for executable extensions

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yacc, multiple parsers8.8 Yacc and Lex support
YFLAGS and AM_YFLAGSCompile Flag Variables
ylwrap8.8 Yacc and Lex support

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zardoz example4.1 A simple example, start to finish

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