./devel/automake, GNU Standards-compliant Makefile generator

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Branch: pkgsrc-2009Q3, Version: 1.11.1, Package name: automake-1.11.1, Maintainer: wiz

Automake is an experimental Makefile generator. It was inspired by
the 4.4BSD make and include files, but aims to be portable and to
conform to the GNU standards for Makefile variables and targets.

Automake assumes the project uses autoconf. If you want automatic
dependency tracking support, the use of GNU make is also required.

Required to run:
[devel/autoconf] [devel/m4] [lang/perl5]

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SHA1: 44ab0007d8edbe82338e29bdda2f461f43a98818
RMD160: 0d160a06a022b145095c6433c3f0511ec5a8c6fd
Filesize: 1041.685 KB

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   2009-12-11 14:37:15 by Matthias Scheler | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Pullup ticket #2948 - requested by wiz
automake: security update

Revisions pulled up:
- devel/automake/Makefile		1.75
- devel/automake/distinfo		1.31
Module Name:	pkgsrc
Committed By:	wiz
Date:		Wed Dec  9 14:39:18 UTC 2009

Modified Files:
	pkgsrc/devel/automake: Makefile distinfo

Log message:
Update to 1.11.1:

Bugs fixed in 1.11.1:

  - Lots of minor bugfixes.

* Bugs introduced by 1.11:

  - The `parallel-tests' test driver works around a GNU make 3.80 bug with
    trailing white space in the test list (`TESTS = foo $(EMPTY)').

* Long standing bugs:

  - On Darwin 9, `pythondir' and `pyexecdir' pointed below `/Library/Python'
    even if the `--prefix' argument pointed outside of a system directory.
    AM_PATH_PYTHON has been fixed to ignore the value returned from python's
    `get_python_lib' function if it points outside the configured prefix,
    unless the `--prefix' argument was either `/usr' or below `/System'.

  - The testsuite does not try to change the mode of `ltmain.sh' files from
    a Libtool installation (symlinked to test directories) any more.

  - AM_PROG_GCJ uses AC_CHECK_TOOLS to look for `gcj' now, so that prefixed
    tools are preferred in a cross-compile setup.

  - The distribution is tarred up with mode 755 now by the `dist*' targets.
    This fixes a race condition where untrusted users could modify files
    in the $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION) distdir before packing if the toplevel
    build directory was world-searchable.  This is CVE-2009-4029.