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Creates a skeleton source package for a new program

autoproject interviews the user, then creates a source package for a new program which follows the GNU programming standards. The new package uses autoconf to configure itself, and automake to create the Makefile. `make distcheck' succeeds. . The idea is that you execute autoproject just once when you start a new project. It will ask a few questions, then create a new directory and populate it with standard files, customized for the new project. . Optionally, the new package will use a command line parser generator. Currently, autoproject supports two parser generators: clig by Harald Kirsch (kirschh@lionbioscience.com) (see http://wsd.iitb.fhg.de/~kir/clighome/), and autogen by Bruce Korb (korbb@datadesign.com) (see ftp://autogen.sourceforge.net/autoopts).



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Janet Casey

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1 February 2001

Leaders and contributors

James R. Van Zandt Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/autoproject

Software prerequisites

Required to buildautogen


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