System files and "make distcheck"
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I'm building a package which on installation writes to a file used to configure the GUI - this file is always in /etc, no matter where the package is installed. When installing, that's not a problem, since installation is done as root, however I haven't found a way of letting me run "make distcheck" without error, since that is done as an ordinary user. The entry in the main Makefile.am is approxmately: install-data-local: grep xxx /etc/yyy || sed zzz /etc/yyy The problem is to avoid this set of commands being run when distcheck is the target. I've tried using DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAGS, but the main Makefile is written before this variable is valid. This problem must have ocurred before - what's the usual solution? Thanks - Will _______________________________________________ Autoconf mailing list Autoconf@xxxxxxx https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/autoconf
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