Bug#509192: pygobject: timestamp skew can cause misbuild with wrong python versions

Josselin Mouette joss at debian.org
Fri Dec 19 14:07:04 UTC 2008

Hi, and thanks for forwarding this.

Le vendredi 19 décembre 2008 à 13:48 +0000, Colin Watson a écrit :
> If the second patch happens to be applied sufficiently later (in the
> next second) than the first, the standard Automake rules to rebuild
> autotools files when they change will note that aclocal.m4 is older than
> configure.ac, and will therefore rerun aclocal and autoconf, and
> subsequently run ./config.status --recheck. 

If I understand correctly, it should be enough to set AM_MAINTAINER_MODE
to avoid that aclocal/autoconf run. I’m more inclined to do this than
the hacks you are proposing. Do you think that would work?

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