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While Automake is intended to be used by maintainers of GNU packages, it does make some effort to accommodate those who wish to use it, but do not want to use all the GNU conventions.
To this end, Automake supports three levels of strictness---the strictness indicating how stringently Automake should check standards conformance.
The valid strictness levels are:
For more information on the precise implications of the strictness
level, see 21. The effect of
Automake also has a special "cygnus" mode which is similar to
strictness but handled differently. This mode is useful for packages
which are put into a "Cygnus" style tree (e.g., the GCC tree). For
more information on this mode, see 22. The effect of
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