patch to support autoconf installation
|Reported by:||jdennis-redhat||Owned by:||roundcube|
The supplied patch (against 0.1-beta) adds support for autoconf, in particular the ability to do a "make install" with customized installation parameters. This is a prelude to RPM installation support. There is both a patch file (which creates a number of new files, plus patches a few existing ones) and a tar file with just the new files. Documentation can be found in the file autoconf_howto located in the root directory. It explains what developers will need to know as they work with the source tree and what end users need to know to perform an installation. In addition, there is new shell script SQL/roundcube_mysql which will perform initial setup of the MySQL database, validate the MySQL installation, and allow one to set the roundcube MySQL password. After applying the patch one needs to generate the autoconf components. This can be done with: % aclocal % autoconf % automake --add-missing The --add-missing arg will add distribution files and should not be necessary again.
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