Thanks, I have autoconf 2.59 and automakr 1.8.3. I solved it by running
autoheader. Interestingly enough I tried ./missing autoheader as that
was supposed to generate it but it gave me an error about autoheader not
being found even though it ran from the command line.
On Mon, 2004-03-22 at 04:31, Ben Rockwood wrote:
> Jeremy Kolb wrote:
> >etox fails to compile. configure reports that it cannot find
> >configure: creating ./config.status
> >config.status: creating Makefile
> >config.status: creating etox-config
> >config.status: creating src/Makefile
> >config.status: creating test/Makefile
> >config.status: creating doc/Makefile
> >config.status: creating config.h
> >config.status: error: cannot find input file: config.h.in
> > =20
> This is a problem with your toolset, not Etox.
> Please upgrade autoconf to version 2.58, and while your at it make sure=20
> you have automake 1.7.7 or better.
> Also, I'll note here that I've had some problems with automake 1.8, so=20
> be wary.
> Make sure you have a clean tree and you can run the stages by hand=20
> looking for errors:
> libtoolize first, then aclocal, then autoheader. Autoheader is part of=20
> autoconf and actually generates
> the config.h.in file.
> Also, several distros are now using control scripts to manage autof00=20
> versions. If so, make sure you
> use the WANT_AUTO(blah) env vars. Ala...
> benr@... etox$ which autoconf
> benr@... etox$ file /usr/bin/autoconf
> /usr/bin/autoconf: symbolic link to `../lib/autoconf/ac-wrapper.pl'
> benr@... etox$ env | grep -i ^want
> benr@... etox$ autoconf --version
> autoconf (GNU Autoconf) 2.58