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If you do not have an `aclocal.m4' file in your distribution,
the simplest is to concatenate the files `codeset.m4',
`gettext.m4', `glibc21.m4', `iconv.m4', `intdiv0.m4',
`inttypes.m4', `inttypes_h.m4', `inttypes-pri.m4',
`isc-posix.m4', `lcmessage.m4', `lib-ld.m4',
`lib-link.m4', `lib-prefix.m4', `progtest.m4',
`stdint_h.m4', `uintmax_t.m4', `ulonglong.m4'
`m4/' directory into a single file. If you have suppressed the
`intl/' directory, only `gettext.m4', `iconv.m4',
`lib-ld.m4', `lib-link.m4', `lib-prefix.m4',
`progtest.m4' need to be concatenated.
If you already have an `aclocal.m4' file, then you will have
to merge the said macro files into your `aclocal.m4'. Note that if
you are upgrading from a previous release of GNU
should most probably replace the macros (
etc.), as they usually
change a little from one release of GNU
gettext to the next.
Their contents may vary as we get more experience with strange systems
If you are using GNU
automake 1.5 or newer, it is enough to put
these macro files into a subdirectory named `m4/' and add the line
ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
to your top level `Makefile.am'.
These macros check for the internationalization support functions
and related informations. Hopefully, once stabilized, these macros
might be integrated in the standard Autoconf set, because this
m4 code will be the same for all projects using GNU
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