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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ AC_INIT(Jerasure, 2.0) @@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ AC_INIT(Jerasure, 2.0)
5 5
6 AC_PREREQ([2.61]) 6 AC_PREREQ([2.61])
7 7
8 -AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(no-dependencies) 8 +AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE([no-dependencies], [foreign])
9 LT_INIT # libtool 9 LT_INIT # libtool
10 10
11 AC_CONFIG_HEADER(include/config.h) 11 AC_CONFIG_HEADER(include/config.h)