While preparing new debian packages for ganglia 3.0.0 I've come across a
small bug in the distclean target. If you specify --with-gmetad when you
./configre the DIST_SUBDIRS variable ends up including the gmetad
directory twice. The main pproblem this causes is that a make distclean
will generate an error due to the gmetad/Makefile being missing the
second time the make descends into gmetad/.
This doesn't affect the "success" of the cleanup, as the directory's
already been cleared, but it does break the automated cleanup that the
package build script requires to ensure a clean target.
To this end I've altered the master Makefile.am to ensure that the
gmetad directory is included once and once only. My patch is attached
if you're interested in sorting upstream out.
| Stuart Teasdale | Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics |
| System Manager | University of Oxford |
| "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows" |
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