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Naturally, Automake handles the details of actually installing your
program once it has been built. All files named by the various
primaries are automatically installed in the appropriate places when the
A file named in a primary is installed by copying the built file into the appropriate directory. The base name of the file is used when installing.
bin_PROGRAMS = hello subdir/goodbye
In this example, both `hello' and `goodbye' will be installed
Sometimes it is useful to avoid the basename step at install time. For instance, you might have a number of header files in subdirectories of the source tree which are laid out precisely how you want to install them. In this situation you can use the `nobase_' prefix to suppress the base name step. For example:
nobase_include_HEADERS = stdio.h sys/types.h
Will install `stdio.h' in
$(includedir) and `types.h'
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