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#12 Build failure; automake problems.

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nobody
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2004-11-01
2004-11-01
Anonymous
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When trying to compile from sources, I get this error:

[...]
src/Makefile.am: requird file `./depcomp' not found
/usr/pkg/share/automake-1.9/am/depend2.am: am__fastdepCC
does not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
/usr/pkg/share/automake-1.9/am/depend2.am: AMDEP does
not appear in AM_CONDITIONAL
*** Error code 63

Stop.
[...]

This appears to be caused by your using an older version
of automake. Unless the project actually requirs an old
version, you might consider upgrading the automake 3rd-
party package on the system that you use to build
releases.

Also, I suggest showing some screen-shots, as a pure
aside. I'm looking for an audio editor that, after I
cut a segment of audio, will preserve cut-marks and let
me slide the old pieces apart, fade in/out, etc. Most
editors I've seen don't allow that at all. (Audacity
lets you do it in a roundabout way of first "splitting"
a segment to a new track, which leaves a silence gap in
the original track (or cuts away if the split segment
was at the end of a track). Fading the ends of such a
split is easy, though it is a cumbersome way to do this.

Other programs just delete the removed sound samples
from the stream. (Yes, this really should be a separate
RFE...sorry.)

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