By default, it only remakes those files that are older than their sources. If you install new versions of the GNU Build System, you can make `autoreconf' remake all of the files by giving it the `--force' option.
- -h, --help
- print this help, then exit
- -V, --version
- print version number, then exit
- -v, --verbose
- verbosely report processing
- -d, --debug
- don't remove temporary files
- -f, --force
- consider all files obsolete
- -i, --install
- copy missing auxiliary files
- don't rebuild sub-packages
- -s, --symlink
- with -i, install symbolic links instead of copies
- -m, --make
- when applicable, re-run ./configure && make
- -W, --warnings=CATEGORY
- report the warnings falling in CATEGORY [syntax]
- cross compilation issues
- GNU coding standards (default in gnu and gnits modes)
- obsolete features or constructions
- user redefinitions of Automake rules or variables
- portability issues (default in gnu and gnits modes)
- dubious syntactic constructs (default)
- unsupported or incomplete features (default)
- all the warnings
- turn off warnings in CATEGORY
- turn off all the warnings
- treat warnings as errors
The environment variable `WARNINGS' is honored. Some subtools might support other warning types, using `all' is encouraged.
- -B, --prepend-include=DIR
- prepend directory DIR to search path
- -I, --include=DIR
- append directory DIR to search path
The environment variables AUTOM4TE, AUTOCONF, AUTOHEADER, AUTOMAKE, ACLOCAL, AUTOPOINT, LIBTOOLIZE, M4, and MAKE are honored.
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This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
The full documentation for autoreconf is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and autoreconf programs are properly installed at your site, the command
- info autoreconf
should give you access to the complete manual.
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