Determine whether the code is being configured as a release, or from git. Set the ax_is_release variable to ’yes’ or ’no’.
If building a release version, it is recommended that the configure script disable compiler errors and debug features, by conditionalising them on the ax_is_release variable. If building from git, these features should be enabled.
The POLICY parameter specifies how ax_is_release is determined. It can take the following values:
* git-directory: ax_is_release will be 'no' if a '.git' directory or git worktree exists * minor-version: ax_is_release will be 'no' if the minor version number in $PACKAGE_VERSION is odd; this assumes $PACKAGE_VERSION follows the 'major.minor.micro' scheme * micro-version: ax_is_release will be 'no' if the micro version number in $PACKAGE_VERSION is odd; this assumes $PACKAGE_VERSION follows the 'major.minor.micro' scheme * dash-version: ax_is_release will be 'no' if there is a dash '-' in $PACKAGE_VERSION, for example 1.2-pre3, 1.2.42-a8b9 or 2.0-dirty (in particular this is suitable for use with git-version-gen) * always: ax_is_release will always be 'yes' * never: ax_is_release will always be 'no'
Other policies may be added in future.
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