comp.emacs 上的一个帖子Emacs references: pointers to ports, packages, papers, lisp

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GNU M4 Notes

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GNU M4 1.4.16 macro processor

2 Invoking m4

The format of the m4 command is:

     m4 [option...] [file...]

All options begin with ‘’, or if long option names are used, with ‘’.

The argumentis a marker to denote the end of options.

In other words, m4 -QPDfoo -d a -df is equivalent to m4 -Q -P -D foo -d -df -- ./a, although the latter form is considered canonical. 继续阅读 “GNU M4 Notes”

GNU Libtool Notes

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GNU Libtool 2.4.2

1 Introduction

There are several examples throughout this document. All assume the same environment: we want to build a library, libhello, in a generic way.

libhello could be a shared library, a static library, or both whatever is available on the host system, as long as libtool has been ported to it. 继续阅读 “GNU Libtool Notes”

Information for Maintainers of GNU Software Notes

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3 Getting a GNU Account

The directory ‘/gd/gnuorg’ mentioned throughout this document is available on the general GNU server, currently If you are the maintainer of a GNU package, you should have an account there. If you don’t have one already, You can also ask for accounts for people who significantly help you in working on the package. 继续阅读 “Information for Maintainers of GNU Software Notes”

GNU Automake Notes

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英文原文: 1.11.1)

中文原文: 1.3)

1 Introduction

Automake is a tool for automatically generating Makefile.ins from files called Each is basically a series of make variable definitions1, with rules being thrown in occasionally. The generated Makefile.ins are compliant with the GNU Makefile standards.

The typical Automake input file is simply a series of variable definitions. Each such file is processed to create a There should generally be one per directory of a project.

Automake does constrain a project in certain ways; for instance, it assumes that the project uses Autoconf (see Introduction), and enforces certain restrictions on the contents2. 继续阅读 “GNU Automake Notes”