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    • joddie's avatar
      Clean up build process to be closer to gnuplot source tree. · 630c9452
      joddie authored
      The Gnuplot CVS repository recently removed the various info-look
      files from the lisp/ subdirectory, which seems pretty safe -- they
      haven't been needed by any new version of Emacs in ten years or so.
      They also got rid of the separate lisp/configure, so that the (old)
      gnuplot-mode in that repository now uses the same
      autoconf/automake/configure process as the main Gnuplot tree.
      
      This seemed like a good opportunity to clean up the github
      gnuplot-mode tree, since it would be nice to eventually merge a stable
      version back into Gnuplot's repository.  Automake knows how to compile
      and install Emacs Lisp, so we can replace Makefile.in with a
      short Makefile.am and configure.ac.  It also seems logical to remove
      all the generated files (mkinstalldirs, etc.) from the git repository,
      since the autotools will install them automatically.  Building from
      the git checkout now looks like:
      
          autoreconf
          automake --add-missing
          ./configure
          make install
      
      "Configure" knows about the environment variable EMACS and the
      --with-lispdir switch too.
      
      Makefile.dst is still there and mostly unchanged, for people who lack
      autotools. But they should probably install from a release tarball
      anyway, which will include the generated "configure" and "Makefile.in"
      files.  Automake makes it easy to produce these via "make dist".
      
      Yes, it is a little silly to do the whole Automake dance just for
      three Emacs Lisp files, but we might as well be consistent.
      630c9452
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