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When AutoGen is first built, it tries to use
strsignal(3) from the
host operating system. If your system does not supply these, the
AutoGen distribution will. However, it will use the distributed mapping
and this mapping is unlikely to match what your system uses. This can
be fixed. Once you have installed autogen, the mapping can be rebuilt
on the host operating system. To do so, you must perform the
If you have any problems or peculiarities that cause this process to fail on your platform, please send me copies of the header files containing the signal names and numbers, along with the full path names of these files. I will endeavor to fix it. There is a shell script inside of ‘strsignal.def’ that tries to hunt down the information.
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