[PATCH:xman 2/2] configure: check for groff and enable groff extensions if found
memsize at videotron.ca
Sat Apr 20 11:28:56 PDT 2013
On 13-04-20 01:08 PM, Alan Coopersmith wrote:
> Check for groff never got translated from imake to autoconf
> Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith at oracle.com>
> configure.ac | 5 +++++
> defs.h | 4 ++++
> 2 files changed, 9 insertions(+)
> diff --git a/configure.ac b/configure.ac
> index 74a6fc8..b9920bd 100644
> --- a/configure.ac
> +++ b/configure.ac
> @@ -37,6 +37,11 @@ AC_CONFIG_HEADERS([config.h])
> +AC_CHECK_PROG([GROFF], [groff], [found], [missing])
> +if test "x$GROFF" = "xfound" ; then
> + AC_DEFINE([HAS_GROFF], 1, [Define to 1 if you have the groff package.])
> diff --git a/defs.h b/defs.h
> index b4cd434..fe09b6b 100644
> --- a/defs.h
> +++ b/defs.h
> @@ -34,6 +34,10 @@ from the X Consortium.
> * Created: October 22, 1987
> +#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
> +# include "config.h"
> #ifndef HELPFILE
> #define HELPFILE "/usr/lib/X11/xman.help" /* name of the default helpfile. */
Alternatively, you can use XORG_WITH_GROFF macro and benefit from all
the features. This was used in many docs before the move to DocBook. In
any case you probably want to use HAVE_xx to follow the convention used
by Automake elsewhere.
# Minimum version: 1.6.0
# Minimum version for optional DEFAULT argument: 1.11.0
# Documentation tools are not always available on all platforms and
# not at the appropriate level. This macro enables a module to test for the
# presence of the tool and obtain it's path in separate variables.
# the --with-groff option, it allows maximum flexibilty in making decisions
# as whether or not to use the groff package. When DEFAULT is not specified,
# --with-groff assumes 'auto'.
# Interface to module:
# HAVE_GROFF: used in makefiles to conditionally generate documentation
# HAVE_GROFF_MM: the memorandum macros (-mm) package
# HAVE_GROFF_MS: the -ms macros package
# GROFF: returns the path of the groff program found
# returns the path set by the user in the environment
# --with-groff: 'yes' user instructs the module to use groff
# 'no' user instructs the module not to use groff
# Added in version 1.9.0:
# HAVE_GROFF_HTML: groff has dependencies to output HTML format:
# pnmcut pnmcrop pnmtopng pnmtops from the netpbm package.
# psselect from the psutils package.
# the ghostcript package. Refer to the grohtml man pages
# If the user sets the value of GROFF, AC_PATH_PROG skips testing the path.
# OS and distros often splits groff in a basic and full package, the former
# having the groff program and the later having devices, fonts and macros
# Checking for the groff executable is not enough.
# If macros are missing, we cannot assume that groff is useless, so we don't
# unset HAVE_GROFF or GROFF env variables.
# HAVE_GROFF_?? can never be true while HAVE_GROFF is false.
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