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#							-*- Autotest -*-

# Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software
# Foundation, Inc.
#
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# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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#
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# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
# 02110-1301, USA.


AT_BANNER([[Testing config.status.]])


## ---------------------------------------- ##
## AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS with empty commands.  ##
## ---------------------------------------- ##

AT_CHECK_MACRO([AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS with empty commands],
[[AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([foo], [], [:])
]])


## -------------------------- ##
## Multiple AC_CONFIG_FILES.  ##
## -------------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Multiple AC_CONFIG_FILES])

AT_CONFIGURE_AC([[AC_CONFIG_FILES([foo foo])]])
AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF([], 1, [], [ignore])

AT_CLEANUP



## ------------ ##
## AC_ARG_VAR.  ##
## ------------ ##

# AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR(FIRST-VALUE, SECOND-VALUE)
# ----------------------------------------------
# Check that AC_ARG_VAR caches the latest values, diagnoses
# inconsistencies, and arms config.status.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR],
[rm -f config.cache

# Initial value.
m4_ifval([$1],
	 [precious='m4_bpatsubst($1, [[']], ['\\''])'; export precious],
	 [unset precious])
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([--config-cache -q])
AT_CHECK([cat file], [], [`$1'
])

# Testing --recheck: 1. have the environment `forget' about PRECIOUS.
unset precious
# 2. Rerun config.status to recreate `file'.
AT_CHECK([./config.status --recheck], [], [ignore])
AT_CHECK([./config.status], [], [ignore])
# 3. Check that file contains the old value of PRECIOUS.
AT_CHECK([cat file], [], [`$1'
])

# Second value: we should issue an error here: the value
# has changed!
m4_ifval([$2],
	 [precious='$2'; export precious],
	 [unset precious])
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([--config-cache], [1], [], [ignore])

])# AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR


AT_SETUP([AC_ARG_VAR])

# We don't want to run this test if this shell doesn't support
# `unset'.
AT_CHECK([
if (FOO=FOO; unset FOO) >/dev/null 2>&1; then
  exit 0
else
  exit 77
fi
])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_ARG_VAR([precious], [this variable costs a lot])
echo "precious:$precious"
AC_OUTPUT(file)
]])

AT_DATA([file.in],
[[`@precious@'
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF

# Set a precious variable
AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR([], [apple of my eye])

# Unset a precious variable
AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR([apple of my eye], [])

# Change a precious variable
AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR([apple of my eye], [orange of my eye])

# Change a precious variable that contains braces
AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR([apple of my {eye}], [orange of my eye])

# Change a precious variable that contains all kinds of fun
AT_CHECK_AC_ARG_VAR(['p  r	ec"iou$], [orange of my eye])

AT_CLEANUP




## ---------------------------------------------- ##
## AC_CONFIG_FILES, HEADERS, LINKS and COMMANDS.  ##
## ---------------------------------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([AC_CONFIG_FILES, HEADERS, LINKS and COMMANDS])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
rm -f -r header var-header file var-file link var-link command var-command
echo 'OK' >input

# Be sure to also stress the associated INIT-CMDS.
case $what_to_test in
 header)
   AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(header:input);;
 var-header)
   AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(var-header:$header_in, [], [header_in=input]);;

 file)
   AC_CONFIG_FILES(file:input);;
 var-file)
   AC_CONFIG_FILES(var-file:$file_in, [], [file_in=input]);;

 command)
   AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS(command,
		      [cp input command]);;
 var-command)
   AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS(var-command,
		      [cp $command_in var-command], [command_in=input]);;

 link)
   AC_CONFIG_LINKS(link:input);;
 var-link)
   AC_CONFIG_LINKS(var-link:$link_in, [], [link_in=input]);;
esac
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF


# AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION(THING = (header | link | file | command))
# ------------------------------------------------------------------
# Check that THING and var-THING (which uses variables in AC_CONFIG_THING)
# are properly created, with the right content.
# Use `grep OK' instead of a simple `cat' to avoid banners such as in
# AC_CONFIG_HEADERS.
m4_define([AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION],
[AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([what_to_test=$1])
AT_CHECK([ls header var-header file var-file command var-command link var-link 2>/dev/null],
	 [ignore], [$1
])
AT_CHECK([grep OK $1], [], [OK
])

AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([what_to_test=var-$1 --no-create])
# config.status might be stupidly expecting data on stdin, if it's
# really broken...
AT_CHECK([./config.status var-$1 </dev/null], [], [ignore])
AT_CHECK([ls header var-header file var-file command var-command link var-link 2>/dev/null],
	 [ignore], [var-$1
])
AT_CHECK([grep OK var-$1], [], [OK
])
])# AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION


# Create a file
AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION(file)

# Create a header
AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION(header)

# Execute a command
AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION(command)

# Create a link
AT_CHECK_CONFIG_CREATION(link)

AT_CLEANUP



## ---------------------------------------- ##
## Macro calls in AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS tags.  ##
## ---------------------------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Macro calls in AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS tags])

AT_DATA_M4SUGAR([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([m4_if(1,1,mytag)])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE

AT_CLEANUP



## ------------------- ##
## Missing templates.  ##
## ------------------- ##

# Check that config.status detects missing input files
AT_SETUP([Missing templates])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_FILES([nonexistent])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([], [1], [],
[[config.status: error: cannot find input file: nonexistent.in
]])
# Make sure that the output file doesn't exist
AT_CHECK([test -f nonexistent], 1)

AT_CLEANUP




## ---------------------- ##
## configure invocation.  ##
## ---------------------- ##

# Check that `configure' and `config.status' honor their interface.
#
# We run `./configure one=val1 --enable-two=val2 --with-three=val3'
# and verify that (i) `configure' correctly receives the arguments,
# (ii) correctly passes them to `config.status', which we check by
# running `config.status --recheck', and (iii) correctly passes them
# to sub-configure scripts.

AT_SETUP([configure invocation])

mkdir sub

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([sub])
echo "result=$one$enable_two$with_three"
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_DATA([sub/configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
echo "result=$one$enable_two$with_three"
AC_OUTPUT
]])

echo fake install-sh script >install-sh

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
cd sub
AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
cd ..

AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([one=one --enable-two=two --with-three=three |
		     sed -n -e 's/^result=//p'], 0,
		   [m4_do([onetwothree
],			  [onetwothree
])])
AT_CHECK([./config.status --recheck | sed -n 's/^result=//p'], 0,
	 [onetwothree
])

AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([one="\"'$ " --enable-two="\" '  $" --with-three="	\"'$"|
		      sed -n -e 's/^result=//p'], 0,
		   [m4_do(["'$ " '  $	"'$
],			  ["'$ " '  $	"'$
])])
AT_CHECK([./config.status --recheck | sed -n 's/^result=//p'], 0,
	 ["'$ " '  $	"'$
])

AT_CLEANUP



## -------------------------------------------- ##
## Check that `#define' templates are honored.  ##
## -------------------------------------------- ##

# Use various forms of `#define' templates, and make sure there are no
# problems when a symbol is prefix of another.

AT_SETUP([[#define header templates]])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(config.h:config.hin)

# I18n of dummy variables: their French translations.
AC_DEFINE(foo, toto)
AC_DEFINE(bar, tata)
AC_DEFINE(baz, titi)
AC_DEFINE(fubar, tutu)

# Symbols which are prefixes of another.
AC_DEFINE(a, A)
AC_DEFINE(aaa, AAA)
AC_DEFINE(aa, AA)
AC_CONFIG_FILES(defs)

# Things included in confdefs.h, but which make no sense in
# config.h, nor in $DEFS.
cat <<\EOF >>confdefs.h
/* Hi Mum! Look, I am doing C++! */
#ifdef __cplusplus
void exit (int status);
#endif
EOF

# In addition of config.h output a full DEFS
AC_OUTPUT_MAKE_DEFS
DEFS_SAVED=$DEFS
AC_SUBST(DEFS_SAVED)
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_DATA([defs.in],
[[@DEFS_SAVED@
]])

AT_DATA([config.hin],
[[#define foo   0
#  define bar bar
#  define baz   "Archimedes was sinking in his baz"
#  define fubar				tutu
#define a B
#define aa BB
#define aaa BBB
#undef a
#undef aa
#undef aaa
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE

AT_DATA([expout],
[[/* config.h.  Generated from config.hin by configure.  */
#define foo toto
#  define bar tata
#  define baz titi
#  define fubar tutu
#define a A
#define aa AA
#define aaa AAA
#define a A
#define aa AA
#define aaa AAA
]])
AT_CHECK([cat config.h], 0, expout)

# Check the value of DEFS.
AT_DATA([expout],
[[-DPACKAGE_NAME=\"\" -DPACKAGE_TARNAME=\"\" -DPACKAGE_VERSION=\"\" -DPACKAGE_STRING=\"\" -DPACKAGE_BUGREPORT=\"\" -Dfoo=toto -Dbar=tata -Dbaz=titi -Dfubar=tutu -Da=A -Daaa=AAA -Daa=AA
]])

# Because we strip trailing spaces in `testsuite' we can't leave one in
# expout, hence nuke the one left by AC_OUTPUT_MAKE_DEFS.
AT_CHECK([sed -e 's/ $//' defs], 0, expout)

AT_CLEANUP



## ------------------------- ##
## Torturing config.status.  ##
## ------------------------- ##

## Require 100 AC_DEFINE and AC_SUBST and AC_SUBST_FILE with a significantly
## big value.  This is mostly to check that Autoconf produces portable sed
## scripts in config.status.  sed is used to skip the first two lines
## `Generated by...'.

# We use m4_for many times.
m4_pattern_allow([^m4_for$])

AT_SETUP([Torturing config.status])

dnl The value used as a big value for AC_DEFINE.
dnl Don't use sh active chars here, below it is also used in a sh
dnl assignment.
m4_define([AT_BIG_VALUE],
[This value should be long enough to torture the various limits of sed and other tools used by Autoconf.])

m4_define([AT_DESCRIPTION],
[Define to a long string if your `Autoconf' works properly.])


# AT_DUMMY_VAR(NUMBER)
# --------------------
# Build a name used for AC_SUBST and AC_DEFINE.  Put ac_ in it
# so that the check for user name space invasion does not complain
# of the new variables defined.
#
# Note that you should not use the name ac_dummy, because it will be
# turned into ac_uummy during the construction of config.status.  Yes,
# this is admittedly a bug, but it would be too hard to fix this.
# There is really no point in AC_DEFINE a var named ac_d.*.
m4_pattern_allow([^m4_bpatsubst$])
m4_define([AT_DUMMY_VAR],
[ac_Dummy_[]m4_bpatsubst([000$1], [.*\(...\)$], [\1])])



AT_DATA([dummy.in],
[m4_for([AT_Count], 1, 100, 1,
[@AT_DUMMY_VAR(AT_Count)@
@[f]AT_Count@
])])


i=1
while test $i != 101; do
  echo "content of file $i" > file_$i
  i=`expr $i + 1`
done


# ------------ #
# configure.ac #
# ------------ #

m4_pattern_allow([^m4_(define|defun)$])
AT_DATA([configure.ac],
dnl The following lines transfer AT_DUMMY_VAR, AT_DESCRIPTION, and
dnl AT_BIG_VALUE into the configure.ac as AC_DUMMY_VAR etc.
[[m4_define([AC_DUMMY_VAR],]
m4_dquote(m4_defn([AT_DUMMY_VAR]))[)]]

[[m4_define([AC_DESCRIPTION],]
m4_dquote(m4_defn([AT_DESCRIPTION]))[)]]

[[m4_define([AC_BIG_VALUE],]
m4_dquote(m4_defn([AT_BIG_VALUE]))[)]]

[[# AC_DEFUBST(NAME)
# ----------------
# Related VALUE to NAME both with AC_SUBST and AC_DEFINE.  This is
# used in the torture tests.
m4_defun([AC_DEFUBST],
[AC_DUMMY_VAR($1)="AC_BIG_VALUE"
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(AC_DUMMY_VAR($1), "$AC_DUMMY_VAR($1)",
		   AC_DESCRIPTION)
AC_SUBST(AC_DUMMY_VAR($1))
AC_SUBST_FILE([f]$1)
f$1=file_$1
])

AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(config.h:config.hin)
AC_CONFIG_FILES(dummy)
m4_for(AC_Count, 1, 100, 1,
       [AC_DEFUBST(AC_Count)])
AC_OUTPUT
]])# configure.ac

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE

# Checking that AC_DEFINE worked properly.
AT_DATA([expout],
[/* Define to the address where bug reports for this package should be sent. */
#define PACKAGE_BUGREPORT ""

/* Define to the full name of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_NAME ""

/* Define to the full name and version of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_STRING ""

/* Define to the one symbol short name of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_TARNAME ""

/* Define to the version of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_VERSION ""
m4_for(AT_Count, 1, 100, 1,
[
/* AT_DESCRIPTION */
[#define] AT_DUMMY_VAR(AT_Count) "AT_BIG_VALUE"
])])
AT_CHECK([sed -n '4,$ p' config.h], 0, expout)

# Checking that AC_SUBST worked properly.
AT_DATA([expout],
[m4_for(AT_Count, 1, 100, 1,
[AT_BIG_VALUE
content of file AT_Count
])])

AT_CHECK([cat dummy], 0, expout)

AT_CLEANUP


## ------------------------------- ##
## Substitute a 2000-byte string.  ##
## ------------------------------- ##

# Solaris 9 /usr/ucb/sed that rejects commands longer than 4000 bytes.  HP/UX
# sed dumps core around 8 KiB.  However, POSIX says that sed need not
# handle lines longer than 2048 bytes (including the trailing newline).
# So we'll just test a 2000-byte value.

AT_SETUP([Substitute a 2000-byte string])

AT_DATA([Foo.in], [@foo@
])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR($top_srcdir/build-aux)
AC_SUBST([foo], ]m4_for([n], 1, 100,, ....................)[)
AC_CONFIG_FILES([Foo])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK([cat Foo], 0, m4_for([n], 1, 100,, ....................)
)
AT_CLEANUP


## ------------------------------ ##
## Define to a 2000-byte string.  ##
## ------------------------------ ##

AT_SETUP([Define to a 2000-byte string])

AT_CONFIGURE_AC(
[[
AC_DEFINE([foo], ]m4_for([n], 1, 100,, ....................)[, [desc])
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK_DEFINES([@%:@define foo m4_for([n], 1, 100,, ....................)
])
AT_CLEANUP


## ------------------------------------------ ##
## Substitute and define special characters.  ##
## ------------------------------------------ ##

# Use characters special to the shell, sed, and M4.

AT_SETUP([Substitute and define special characters])

AT_DATA([Foo.in], [@foo@
])

AT_CONFIGURE_AC(
[[foo="AS@&t@_ESCAPE([[X*'[]+ ", `\($foo]])"
AC_SUBST([foo])
AC_DEFINE([foo], [[X*'[]+ ", `\($foo]], [Awful value.])
AC_CONFIG_FILES([Foo])]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK([cat Foo], 0, [[X*'[]+ ", `\($foo
]])
AT_CHECK_DEFINES([[#define foo X*'[]+ ", `\($foo
]])
AT_CLEANUP


## ---------------------- ##
## Substitute a newline.  ##
## ---------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Substitute a newline])

AT_DATA([Foo.in],
[@foo@
])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR($top_srcdir/build-aux)
foo='one
two'
AC_SUBST([foo])
AC_CONFIG_FILES([Foo])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK([cat Foo], 0, [one
two
])
AT_CLEANUP


## ------------------ ##
## Define a newline.  ##
## ------------------ ##

AT_SETUP([Define a newline])
AT_XFAIL_IF(:)
AT_CONFIGURE_AC([[AC_DEFINE([foo], [one
two], [This spans two lines.])
]])
AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_AUTOHEADER
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK_DEFINES([[#define foo one
two
]])
AT_CLEANUP


## ------------------------ ##
## datarootdir workaround.  ##
## ------------------------ ##

AT_SETUP([datarootdir workaround])

AT_DATA([Foo.in],
[@datadir@
@docdir@
@infodir@
@localedir@
@mandir@
])

AT_DATA([Bar.in],
[@mydatadir@
])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
d@&t@nl The following line silences the warnings, if uncommented:
d@&t@nl AC_DEFUN([AC_DATAROOTDIR_CHECKED])
AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR($top_srcdir/build-aux)

# This substitution is wrong and bogus!  Don't use it in your own code!
# Read `info Autoconf "Defining Directories"'!
AC_SUBST([mydatadir], [${datadir}/my])

AC_CONFIG_FILES([Foo Bar])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([], [], [],
  [config.status: WARNING:  Foo.in seems to ignore the --datarootdir setting
config.status: WARNING: Bar contains a reference to the variable `datarootdir'
which seems to be undefined.  Please make sure it is defined.
])
AT_CHECK([grep datarootdir Foo], 1, [])

rm configure
sed '/AC_DEFUN/s/^d@&t@nl //' configure.ac >t
mv t configure.ac

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE

AT_CLEANUP


## -------- ##
## srcdir.  ##
## -------- ##

AT_SETUP([srcdir])

rm -f -r at-dir
mkdir at-dir
: >at-dir/bar.in
: >foo.in

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT

AC_CONFIG_FILES([foo at-dir/bar])

AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([report],
[test -f $srcdir/configure.ac ||
   AC_MSG_ERROR([cannot find $srcdir/configure.ac])],
		   [srcdir=$srcdir])

AC_OUTPUT
rm -f -r foo at-dir/bar
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF

# In place.
AT_CHECK([./configure], [], [ignore])

# Relative name.
AT_CHECK([cd at-dir && ../configure], [], [ignore])

# Absolute name.
at_here=`pwd`
AT_CHECK([cd at-dir && "$at_here/configure"], [], [ignore])

AT_CLEANUP


## ----------------- ##
## Signal handling.  ##
## ----------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Signal handling])

AT_DATA([configure.ac],
[[AC_INIT
kill -2 $$
exit 77
]])

AT_CHECK_AUTOCONF
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([], 1, ignore, ignore)

AT_CLEANUP



AT_BANNER([autoreconf.])

## ---------------------------- ##
## Configuring subdirectories.  ##
## ---------------------------- ##

# .
# |-- builddir
# |   |-- config.log
# |   |-- config.status
# |   `-- inner
# |       |-- config.log
# |       |-- config.status
# |       `-- innermost
# |           `-- config
# |-- configure
# |-- configure.ac
# |-- inner
# |   |-- configure
# |   |-- configure.ac
# |   `-- innermost
# |       `-- config.in
# `-- install-sh
#
AT_SETUP([Configuring subdirectories])
AT_KEYWORDS(autoreconf)

# We use aclocal (via autoreconf).
AT_CHECK([aclocal --version || exit 77], [], [stdout], [ignore])
# It should understand configure.ac.
AT_CHECK([[grep '[^0-9]1.[01234][^0-9]' stdout && exit 77]], [1], [ignore])

# Set CONFIG_SITE to a nonexistent file, so that there are
# no worries about nonstandard values for 'prefix'.
CONFIG_SITE=no-such-file
export CONFIG_SITE

# The contents of `inner/', and `inner/innermost/'.
AS_MKDIR_P([inner/innermost])

# We have to use configure.in, not configure.ac, if we still want to
# be compatible with Automake 1.4: aclocal (run by autoreconf) would
# die because it can't find configure.in.
AT_DATA([inner/configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Inner, 1.0)
AC_CONFIG_SRCDIR([innermost/config.in])
AC_ARG_VAR([INNER], [an inner variable])
AC_SUBST([INNER])
if test "x$INNER" = x; then
  INNER=inner
fi
AC_CONFIG_FILES([innermost/config])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_DATA([inner/innermost/config.in],
[INNER=@INNER@
srcdir=@srcdir@
top_srcdir=@top_srcdir@
prefix=@prefix@
])

# The contents of `.'
AT_DATA([install-sh], [])

# nonexistent is allowed not to exist.
AT_DATA([configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Outer, 1.0)
AC_ARG_VAR([OUTER], [an outer variable])
if false; then
  AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([nonexistent])
fi
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([inner])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

# If there are improperly quoted AC_DEFUN installed in share/aclocal,
# they trigger warnings from aclocal 1.8, so ignore stderr.
AT_CHECK([autoreconf], [], [], [ignore])
AT_CHECK([test -f inner/configure])

# Running the outer configure recursively should provide the innermost
# help strings.
AT_CHECK([./configure --help=recursive | grep INNER], 0, [ignore])

# Running the outer configure should trigger the inner.
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE
AT_CHECK([cat inner/innermost/config], 0,
[INNER=inner
srcdir=.
top_srcdir=..
prefix=/usr/local
])

# The same, but from a builddir.
AS_MKDIR_P([builddir])
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ../configure], 0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([cat builddir/inner/innermost/config], 0,
[INNER=inner
srcdir=../../../inner/innermost
top_srcdir=../../../inner
prefix=/usr/local
])

# Make sure precious variables and command line options are properly
# passed, even when there are duplicates.
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ../configure --prefix /bad --prefix /good INNER=bad INNER=good], 0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([cat builddir/inner/innermost/config], 0,
[INNER=good
srcdir=../../../inner/innermost
top_srcdir=../../../inner
prefix=/good
])

# Make sure --prefix is properly quoted
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ../configure --prefix "/a  b c$ 'd"], 0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([cat builddir/inner/innermost/config], 0,
[INNER=inner
srcdir=../../../inner/innermost
top_srcdir=../../../inner
prefix=/a  b c$ 'd
])

# Make sure --silent is properly passed...
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ../configure --silent], 0, [])
# ...but not stored in config.status.
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ./config.status --recheck], 0, [stdout])
AT_CHECK([grep 'creating \./config.status' stdout], 0, [ignore])

# Make sure we can run autoreconf on a subdirectory
rm -f configure configure.in
AT_CHECK([autoreconf inner], [], [], [ignore])

# Make sure we can pass a configure.ac name
AT_CHECK([cd inner && autoreconf configure.in], [], [], [ignore])
AT_CHECK([autoreconf inner/configure.in], [], [], [ignore])

AT_CLEANUP



## -------------- ##
## Deep Package.  ##
## -------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Deep Package])
AT_KEYWORDS(autoreconf)

# We use aclocal (via autoreconf).
AT_CHECK([aclocal --version || exit 77], [], [ignore], [ignore])

# The contents of `.'
AT_DATA([install-sh], [])
AT_DATA([configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Outer, 1.0)
AC_ARG_VAR([OUTER], [an outer variable])
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([inner])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

# The contents of `inner/', and `inner/innermost/'.
AS_MKDIR_P([inner/innermost])

AT_DATA([inner/configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Inner, 1.0)
AC_ARG_VAR([INNER], [an inner variable])
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS(innermost)
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_DATA([inner/innermost/configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Innermost, 1.0)
AC_ARG_VAR([INNERMOST], [an innermost variable])
AC_CONFIG_HEADERS(config.h:config.hin)
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED([INNERMOST], [$INNERMOST], [an innermost variable])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_CHECK([autoreconf -Wall -v], [0], [ignore], [ignore])
AT_CHECK([test -f inner/configure])
AT_CHECK([test -f inner/innermost/configure])
AT_CHECK([test -f inner/innermost/config.hin])

# Running the outer configure recursively should provide the innermost
# help strings.
AT_CHECK([./configure --help=recursive | grep " INNER "],     0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([./configure --help=recursive | grep " INNERMOST "], 0, [ignore])

# Running the outer configure should trigger the inner.
AT_CHECK_CONFIGURE([INNERMOST=tsomrenni])
AT_CHECK([grep INNERMOST inner/innermost/config.h], 0,
[[#define INNERMOST tsomrenni
]])

# The same, but from a builddir.
AS_MKDIR_P([builddir])
AT_CHECK([cd builddir && ../configure INNERMOST=build/tsomrenni], 0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([grep INNERMOST builddir/inner/innermost/config.h], 0,
[[#define INNERMOST build/tsomrenni
]])

AT_CLEANUP



## -------------------------------- ##
## Non-Autoconf AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS.  ##
## -------------------------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Non-Autoconf AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS])
AT_KEYWORDS([autoreconf])

# We use aclocal (via autoreconf).
AT_CHECK([aclocal --version || exit 77], [], [ignore], [ignore])

AT_DATA([install-sh], [])
AT_DATA([configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU Outer, 1.0)
AC_CONFIG_SUBDIRS([inner])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AS_MKDIR_P([inner])

AT_DATA([inner/configure],
[[#! /bin/sh
case "$*" in
    *--help*) echo 'No Autoconf here, folks!' ;;
    *)        echo got_it >myfile ;;
esac
exit 0
]])
chmod +x inner/configure

AT_CHECK([autoreconf -Wall -v], 0, [ignore], [ignore])

# Running the outer configure recursively should provide the innermost
# help strings.
AT_CHECK([./configure --help=recursive | grep "folks"], 0, [ignore])

# Running the outer configure should trigger the inner.
AT_CHECK([./configure], 0, [ignore])
AT_CHECK([test -f inner/myfile], 0)

AT_CLEANUP



## ----------------- ##
## Empty directory.  ##
## ----------------- ##

AT_SETUP([Empty directory])
AT_KEYWORDS([autoreconf])

# We use aclocal (via autoreconf).
AT_CHECK([aclocal --version || exit 77], [], [ignore], [ignore])

# The test group directory is not necessarily _empty_, but it does not contain
# files meaningful to `autoreconf'.

AT_CHECK([autoreconf -Wall -v], 1, [ignore], [ignore])

AT_CLEANUP



## ------------------------------ ##
## Unusual Automake input files.  ##
## ------------------------------ ##

# This parallels gnumake.test in Automake.

AT_SETUP([Unusual Automake input files])
AT_KEYWORDS([autoreconf])

# We use aclocal and automake via autoreconf.
AT_CHECK([automake --version || exit 77], [], [ignore], [ignore])

AT_DATA([configure.in],
[[AC_INIT(GNU foo, 1.0)
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE
AC_CONFIG_FILES([HeeHee])
AC_OUTPUT
]])

AT_DATA([HeeHee.am],
[[# Humans do no worse than `GNUmakefile.am'.
AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = foreign 1.8
]])

AT_CHECK([autoreconf -Wall -v -i], 0, [ignore], [stderr],
	 [AT_CHECK([grep 'require.*1\.8' stderr && exit 77], [1])])
AT_CHECK([test -f HeeHee.in])

AT_CLEANUP