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It is possible to define and install programs which are scripts. Such programs are listed using the `SCRIPTS' primary name. Automake doesn't define any dependencies for scripts; the `Makefile.am' should include the appropriate rules.
Automake does not assume that scripts are derived objects; such objects must be deleted by hand (see section 14. What Gets Cleaned).
automake program itself is a Perl script that is generated at
configure time from `automake.in'. Here is how this is handled:
bin_SCRIPTS = automake
automake appears in the
AC_OUTPUT macro, a target
for it is automatically generated, and it is also automatically cleaned
(despite the fact it's a script).
Script objects can be installed in
Scripts that need not being installed can be listed in
noinst_SCRIPTS, and among them, those which are needed only by
make check should go in
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