I'm throwing this out to the mj-workers community, because it's a
pretty self-contained piece that could stand doing. I started
looking at autoconfig, but lately I've iterated down too many function
calls (so to speak) attempting to get something simple done (ala
wanting piece A which requires B which requires C & D, etc etc) so I'm
placing this on the backburner.
> From: "Vincent D. Skahan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Alpha2 of 1.94 ready.
> (Chan Wilson writes:)
> > It might be simpler to grab the GNUs make-configure (or whatever its
> > called) 'cuz it knows about far too many things. ;)
> there are a couple.
> There's gnu autoconf which calculates everything for you and doesn't
> let you ask questions. The other I think is called metaconfig, which
> seemed pretty complicated. Autoconf was real simple.
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