GNU Autoconf, Automake and Libtool
by Gary V. Vaughn, et al.
Publisher: Sams 2000
Number of pages: 432
The GNU autoconf, automake, and libtool "autotools" are powerful tools that simplify writing software on different platforms. This book is a technically adept and expert guide to using these utilities effectively. Any C/C++ or script programmer who writes software under Unix/Linux will want to have a copy of this book to make better use of these powerful and sometimes obscurely documented tools.
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