[torqueusers] autobuild files

Glen Beane glen.beane at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 16:13:19 MST 2007


On Nov 20, 2007 3:32 PM, Garrick Staples <garrick at usc.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 01:29:01PM -0700, Steve Snelgrove alleged:
> >
> > I am sorry to have checked in this new configure file and caused you
> > trouble.
> >
> > In talking to Josh, he indicates that we have a Centos4
> > machine here and we could build a new version of configure
> > on this.  Or if you have already fixed the problem, maybe
> > you could just check your version.
> >
> > Just let me know what you would like.
>
> It isn't trouble for me :)
>
> I just want to pick one going forward.  Up until now I've generally been the
> only one generating autobuild files.  So let's settle on Centos4 for now, and
> maybe move to Centos5 at some point next year?
>
> Btw, I often do 'autoreconf -v -f -i' to make sure everything is consistent.
> And if I'm really making changes, 'make distcheck' is really helpful.
>
> Another bit of advice is to always build in a seperate object directory.  I've
> made sure that the torque buildsystem supports source/build directories.  The
> benefit is that things like 'svn status' and easier to read.  For example:
>
>  $ pwd
>  2.2-fixes
>  $ autoreconf -v -f -i
>  $ cd ../2.2-fixes-build
>  $ ../2.2-fixes/configure
>  ...
>  $ make
>  ...
>
>
> For those not using centos/rhel4, the following is implied:
>
> autoconf-2.59
> automake-1.9.2
> libtool-1.5.6

Can someone at CRI give me an account on a Centos4 box?


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