automake does not recognized by Glib
I have installed automake 1.14 and linux recognizes it.
But When I try to install Glib 2.36.3 it sais:
I thought that It would be needed to install the newer version of automake.
Do you have any idea?
A warning is an informative text, not an error.
And : Glib 2.36.3 comes with a "configure" file.
The warning is about things to do when you have no configure file,
or want to generate a new `configure`, etc.
I.e. the warnings can be ignored.
- Is it fault to remove previous automake and install new one? Do I need previous version for compiling newer vresion?
- The entire error is this:
You are right, the glib autotools files must be processed
to use your version of automake, autoconf, etc.
Easily done with :
$ libtoolize && aclocal && autoheader && automake --add-missing && autoconf
.. And then please reconfigure : $ ./configure
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