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31.07.2008 09:59:24 (12 years ago)
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davidb
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configure regenerated

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  • gs2runtime/configure.in

    r16608 r16613  
    323323 
    324324dnl 
    325 dnl Now check that Perl is actually around, and can be found 
    326 dnl 
    327 AC_MSG_CHECKING(that Perl 5 is available) 
    328 success="no" 
    329 pl_path="$PATH" 
    330 IFS="${IFS=   }"; pl_save_ifs="$IFS"; IFS=":" 
    331 for pl_dir in $pl_path; do 
    332   test -z "$pl_dir" && pl_dir=. 
    333   if test -x $pl_dir/perl; then 
    334     success="yes" 
    335     break 
    336   fi 
    337 done 
    338 IFS="$pl_save_ifs" 
    339  
    340 dnl 
    341 dnl Perl actually can be run; now we see if it is version 5 by 
    342 dnl running a sample script (which returns a "clean" version number 
    343 dnl and then tests the result using expr.  If perl errors in some 
    344 dnl way (eg. broken Perl executable, missing script), we set a failure 
    345 dnl value ("0") and then proceed as best we can 
    346 dnl 
    347 if test $success = "yes"; then 
    348 try=`perl configtest.pl` || try="0" 
    349 try=`expr $try \> 5.000` 
    350 if test $try = "1"; then 
    351 AC_MSG_RESULT("yes") 
    352 else 
    353 success="no" 
    354 fi 
    355 fi 
    356  
    357 if test $success = "no"; then 
    358 AC_MSG_RESULT("no") 
    359 AC_MSG_ERROR("Perl 5 not available - cannot install") 
    360 fi 
    361  
    362 dnl 
    363325dnl Check if the STL library has any known faults; 
    364326dnl In GCC 2.7.2.x series, some STL library headers are missing