[lug] config.cache with autoconf?
tromey at redhat.com
Wed Jun 12 12:57:36 MDT 2002
>>>>> "Scott" == Scott A Herod <herod at interact-tv.com> writes:
Scott> Quick autoconf question. I check for several files in a
Scott> configure script. If I add one of the files after I've run
Scott> configure, do I need to delete config.cache in order for
Scott> configure to actually re-check to see if the file exist.
One approach is "try and see".
Offhand I forget if file checks are cached.
You can easily "./config.status --recheck" and then look at the output
to see if the check was cached.
Or you can always just rm config.cache and let things proceed. That
is always safe.
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