autoheader: warning: missing template: HAS_SYS_RESOURCE_H
autoheader: Use AC_DEFINE([HAS_SYS_RESOURCE_H], , [Description])
this is because you are using newer auto tools than the older pkg had when made.
on and older REDHAT package that worked before autoconf was uptdated. it needs just a touch of editing. it wouldn't need editing if ./configure is present and libtool was presented as script. but. if you change stuff you'll need to do this ...
AC_DEFINE(OLD_CODE, 1, [must be set])
more tips: if you have acinclude.m4, aclocal.m4 is supposed to #include it. both have macros. just go in there for any DEFINES and edit those too.
autoscan ; (view / edit configure.scan ) ; libtoolize --install (if it's a lib project only!) ; autoreconf --install
you might use --force or try it. back up m4/ config* and etc before you go loosing anything you might need
running ./configure won't have those problems (it should have all it needs to run including a libtool mini script). do not rebuild project files unless you are re-releasing changes. one reason might be: a few necessary changes in configure.ac spread massively to many Makefile.in - making a "reconstituting" old configure.ac more attractive (avoid complicated changes in many files - get them auto-updated).
has ZERO to do with cloog. though RTFM. you don't need cloog. it will slow down your compile time. and offer no upgrade. and does insert insideous compile time / debug worms. why cygwin allowed it to get in is unbeleivable. is gcc even maintained at a college in the USA or by intel anymore ? are hackers just using the name and preventing upload of legitimate changes?
the other feature was ??libssp or ppl and mudflap?? that inserts a "network debugger" which (could be) activate by systemd at boot. that means a remote hacker could uses the debug trap and registers in your cpu at time of boot to have absolute power over you machine. insideous. when you disable this in gcc: it puts it an anyway. the time and money disabling such things and restoring things that worked that are newly broken: is becoming a hastle. if they are off by default then who cares - buyer beware. but they aren't and become depends in all distro pkg depends databases.
ps. if you use L.F.S. or a major distro you might be stuck: if they used it , it becomes a system wide depends , then you have to
i know ! make a fake cloog that always returns the origional code/assembler. that'll fix em, xy yz.