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12. A Large GNU Autotools Project

This chapter develops the worked example described in 9. A Small GNU Autotools Project. Again, the example is heavily colored by my own views, and there certainly are other, very different, but equally valid ways of achieving the same objectives.

I will explain how I incorporated libtool into the Sic project, and how to put the project documentation and test suite under the control of GNU Autotools. I pointed out some problems with the project when I first introduced it -- this chapter will address those issues, and present my favored solution to each.


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