Which is best?

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Nov 16 08:58:00 PST 2010

DJ Lucas wrote these words on 11/16/10 10:47 CST:
> I keep multiple versions around just for this purpose.  Each is less than 0.1 SBU.  Readability is my only concern, but really, just the patch to the two files is easiest taking that into consideration.

Attached is the patch to the .m4 file. If you can generate a configure
script using whatever version you need to and the patch is reasonably
small, that would be best. The final patch should patch the .m4 file
and install a new configure script. Remember to run autoconf in the
srclib/apr-util directory. The modified configure script is not the
main configure script in the root of the sources.


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