Guido U. Draheim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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guidod's AM Support (released)
Set autotools to error/sleep settings so that they are not run when
being errornously triggered. Likewise make libtool-silent when
libtool has been used.
I am using the macro quite a lot since some automake versions had
the tendency to try to rerun some autotools on a mere make even
when not quite in --maintainer-mode. That is very annoying.
Likewise, a user who installs from source does not want to see
doubled compiler messages.
I did not put an AC-REQUIRE(MAINTAINER_MODE) in here - should I?
AC_MSG_CHECKING(auto silent in maintainer mode)
if test "$USE_MAINTAINER_MODE" = "no" ; then
test ".$TIMEOUT" = "." && TIMEOUT="9"
AUTOHEADER="sleep $TIMEOUT ; true || autoheader || skipped"
AUTOMAKE="sleep $TIMEOUT ; true || automake || skipped"
AUTOCONF="sleep $TIMEOUT ; true || autoconf || skipped"
if test ".$LIBTOOL" != "." ; then