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[leafnode-list] Fw: NTK now, 2000-11-17



Our favorite reviewers look at the autoconf book...

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>                                 >> TRACKING <<
>                sufficiently advanced technology : the gathering
> 
>          One of the worries about developing on the UNIXish platform
>          is the possibility that various wizards will become
>          terminally curmudgeonated, or die, or both, or already have,
>          before they have a chance to offload the full thirty-years
>          of their gentle wisdom. So it's with some relief that we
>          greet the arrival of GNU AUTOCONF, AUTOMAKE, AND LIBTOOL -
>          henceforth known as the "Performing Goats" book. The whole
>          thing has a slight feel of "One more thing you must know
>          about Bourne shells on AIX is ...argh, no more time, must
>          tell you ... M4 ... square-brackets ... ackkpth", but it's
>          welcome nonetheless. Best of all, though you should pursuade
>          a grownup to purchase the 30UKP hard copy, the hordes of
>          hyperactive schoolchildren who make up the true cutting edge
>          of Linux development can peruse the whole thing online,
>          while saving their pocket money for that Beowulf cluster.
>          Which is nice.
>          http://sources.redhat.com/autobook
>      - of course, the authors will now transpire to be twelve years old




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