[cairo] Invoking autogen.sh in non-english locales
james at jamesh.id.au
Sun Aug 15 03:03:44 PDT 2004
On 14/08/04 14:36, Carl Worth wrote:
>On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 10:29:29 +0200, Jost Boekemeier wrote:
>>Your string->number conversion hacks do not work in non-english locales:
>>To avoid this problem add a
>Thanks for the report and for a fix.
>I found this problem in cairo/autogen.sh and committed it. Did you see
>it anywhere else?
>Meanwhile, I'm not sure if the version checks are properly set at the
>minimum working version. For example, a user of Mac OS X just reported
>that the version checks fail with the dfault automake there (1.6.3?). Is
>anyone in a position to check if that was a false negative, and if so,
>to back up automake_min_version? Thanks.
If you want more full featured checks, you may as well swipe the
gnome-autogen.sh script from gnome-common. You could then rewrite the
cairo autogen script like this:
test -z "$srcdir" && srcdir=.
The version checks gnome-autogen.sh does don't rely on the locale's
decimal separator, so shouldn't suffer from the problem Jost mentioned
(they are also capable of performing version checks with more than two
Email: james at jamesh.id.au
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