document G.722.1/.1C support
[asterisk/asterisk.git] / bootstrap.sh
index 9bf8377..de7dd3a 100755 (executable)
@@ -9,31 +9,40 @@ check_for_app() {
        fi
 }
 
-uname -s | grep -q FreeBSD
-if [ $? = 0 ]
-then
-       check_for_app aclocal19
-       check_for_app autoconf259
-       check_for_app autoheader259
-       check_for_app automake19
-       echo "Generating the configure script ..."
-       aclocal19 2>/dev/null
-       autoconf259
-       autoheader259
-       automake19 --add-missing --copy 2>/dev/null
-else
-       export AUTOCONF_VERSION=2.59
-       export AUTOMAKE_VERSION=1.9
+# On FreeBSD and OpenBSD, multiple autoconf/automake versions have different names.
+# On linux, envitonment variables tell which one to use.
 
-       check_for_app aclocal
-       check_for_app autoconf
-       check_for_app autoheader
-       check_for_app automake
-       echo "Generating the configure script ..."
-       aclocal 2>/dev/null
-       autoconf
-       autoheader
-       automake --add-missing --copy 2>/dev/null
+uname -s | grep -q BSD
+if [ $? = 0 ] ; then   # BSD case
+       case `uname -sr` in
+               'FreeBSD 4'*)   # FreeBSD 4.x has a different naming
+                       MY_AC_VER=259
+                       MY_AM_VER=19
+                       ;;
+               *)
+                       MY_AC_VER=-2.61
+                       MY_AM_VER=-1.9
+                       ;;
+       esac
+else   # linux case
+       MY_AC_VER=
+       MY_AM_VER=
+       AUTOCONF_VERSION=2.60
+       AUTOMAKE_VERSION=1.9
+       export AUTOCONF_VERSION
+       export AUTOMAKE_VERSION
 fi
 
+check_for_app autoconf${MY_AC_VER}
+check_for_app autoheader${MY_AC_VER}
+check_for_app automake${MY_AM_VER}
+check_for_app aclocal${MY_AM_VER}
+
+echo "Generating the configure script ..."
+
+aclocal${MY_AM_VER} -I autoconf
+autoconf${MY_AC_VER}
+autoheader${MY_AC_VER}
+automake${MY_AM_VER} --add-missing --copy 2>/dev/null
+
 exit 0