compile problems

From: Sam Halliday (
Date: Mon May 27 2002 - 13:57:13 EDT

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    hello there,

    i am using gcc-2.95.3 and i have gnome 1.2, if i run
    in the abi sub directory, i get an error that my c compiler cannot
    create executables... i KNOW it can, i've compiled this entire system
    with it, i'm running LFS-3.0... what is going on? also, how can i pass a
    prefix to this and also remove -g debugging symbols?

    i would much rather use the standard GNU compile procedure than this
    breakaway variat, so in a failed attempt to get a configure script
    (which should be in the bottom directory anyway), i tried to run, but this is the output;
    automake (GNU automake) 1.5
    Creating aclocal.m4...
    aclocal: both `' and `' present: ignoring
    automake: both `' and `' present: ignoring
    Can't call method "target_hook" on an undefined value at
    /usr/bin/automake line 1943.

    and i also tried autoconf, but;
    autoconf: warning: both `' and `' are present.
    autoconf: warning: proceeding with `'. error: possibly undefined macro: AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE error: possibly undefined macro: AM_ACLOCAL_INCLUDE error: possibly undefined macro: AM_CONDITIONAL

    how am i supposed to compile abiword? i am very keen to use it, i've
    heard great things.
    thanks in advance!

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