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Autoconf and Python: checking for modules

http://blog.sp.or.at

I am currently writing a Python application that makes use of GNU Autotools as build system and noticed that determining whether a specific Python module is installed is not that easy and no usable Autoconf macro exists. So I came up with my own solution, which I would like to share with you...

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Created by sp 9 years 49 weeks ago – Made popular 9 years 49 weeks ago
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HOWTO to setup Stumpwm for a fully Lispy environment (2008-08-07)

http://stumpwm.antidesktop.net

"... thought I would throw this out there as I have spent some time recently getting this working. I had used the stumpwm binary built with the configure && make dance, but it does not run swank in the background so the fabulous facility of running slime-connect and hacking the live window manager was not available. That and having read about clbuild I wanted to get it working.

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Chapter 3: Configuring your project with Autoconf

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com

We should all be very grateful to David MacKenzie for having the foresight to, metaphorically speaking, stop and sharpen the ax. Otherwise we'd still be writing (copying) and maintaining long, complex hand-coded configure scripts today.

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Created by tony 10 years 9 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 9 weeks ago
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GNU autotools primer (part one)

http://linoleum.leapster.org

The GNU autotools programs (autoconf, automake and libtool), which are used for making software portable between Unix-like operating systems, have been around for more than fifteen years now, but their use is still regarded by many programmers to be a dark art.

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Autotools: a practitioner's guide to autoconf, automake and libtool

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com

John Calcote, a C++ programmer gives a detailed consideration of the open source progammming toolset via this book review - strengths, weaknesses, the good, the bad and the ugly.

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Created by gaswold 10 years 14 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 14 weeks ago
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