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Comment:Added the tools subdirectory to the distribution
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SHA1: 065d8e45621571e79067db019e09bfe66774a88f
User & Date: welch 1999-03-17 20:16:54
Original User & Date: welch 1999-03-17 20:16:55
Context
1999-03-17
21:29
Updated version to 8.1b3. check-in: c17edd7343 user: stanton tags: core-8-1-branch-old
20:16
Created branch core-8-1-b2-synthetic Closed-Leaf check-in: 129417c8b0 user: cvs2fossil tags: core-8-1-b2-synthetic, core-8-1-b2
20:16
Added the tools subdirectory to the distribution check-in: 065d8e4562 user: welch tags: core-8-1-branch-old
20:16
Updated configure to 8.1 Got the installer working. check-in: 4db2cd8e4a user: welch tags: core-8-1-branch-old
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#
# This file is a Makefile for Tcl.  If it has the name "Makefile.in"
# then it is a template for a Makefile;  to generate the actual Makefile,
# run "./configure", which is a configuration script generated by the
# "autoconf" program (constructs like "@[email protected]" will get replaced in the
# actual Makefile.
#
# RCS: @(#) $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.1.2.19 1999/03/13 18:23:34 welch Exp $

# Current Tcl version;  used in various names.

VERSION = @[email protected]

#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Things you can change to personalize the Makefile for your own
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	cp -p $(TOP_DIR)/mac/*.html $(DISTDIR)/mac
	cp -p $(TOP_DIR)/license.terms $(DISTDIR)/mac
	mkdir $(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest
	cp -p $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/*.c $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/Makefile.in \
		$(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest
	cp -p $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/configure.in $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/configure \
		$(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/README $(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest












#
# The following target can only be used for non-patch releases.  Use
# the "allpatch" target below for patch releases.
#

alldist: dist






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#
# This file is a Makefile for Tcl.  If it has the name "Makefile.in"
# then it is a template for a Makefile;  to generate the actual Makefile,
# run "./configure", which is a configuration script generated by the
# "autoconf" program (constructs like "@[email protected]" will get replaced in the
# actual Makefile.
#
# RCS: @(#) $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.1.2.20 1999/03/17 20:16:55 welch Exp $

# Current Tcl version;  used in various names.

VERSION = @[email protected]

#----------------------------------------------------------------
# Things you can change to personalize the Makefile for your own
................................................................................
	cp -p $(TOP_DIR)/mac/*.html $(DISTDIR)/mac
	cp -p $(TOP_DIR)/license.terms $(DISTDIR)/mac
	mkdir $(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest
	cp -p $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/*.c $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/Makefile.in \
		$(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest
	cp -p $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/configure.in $(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/configure \
		$(UNIX_DIR)/dltest/README $(DISTDIR)/unix/dltest
	mkdir $(DISTDIR)/tools
	cp -p $(TOP_DIR)/tools/Makefile.in \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/README \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/configure \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/configure.in \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/*.tcl \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/man2tcl.c \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/tcl.wse \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/*.bmp \
	    $(TOP_DIR)/tools/tcl.hpj.in \
		$(DISTDIR)/tools

#
# The following target can only be used for non-patch releases.  Use
# the "allpatch" target below for patch releases.
#

alldist: dist