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B.3 General Index: P – S

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P
PACKAGE, directory 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
PACKAGE, prevent definition 6.4.1 Public Macros
Packages, nested 2.2.13 Nested Packages
Packages, preparation 2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
Parallel build trees 2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
parallel-tests 17.2 List of Automake options
Path stripping, avoiding 7.3 An Alternative Approach to Subdirectories
pax format 17.2 List of Automake options
pdf 11.1 Texinfo
pdf 23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PDF output using Texinfo 11.1 Texinfo
pdf-local 23.1 Extending Automake Rules
Per-object flags, emulated 27.8 Per-Object Flags Emulation
per-target compilation flags, defined 8.4 Program and Library Variables
pkgdatadir, defined 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkgincludedir, defined 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglibdir, defined 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
pkglibexecdir, defined 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Preparing distributions 2.2.11 Preparing Distributions
Preprocessing Fortran 77 8.14.1 Preprocessing Fortran 77
Primary variable, DATA 9.3 Architecture-independent data files
Primary variable, defined 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Primary variable, HEADERS 9.2 Header files
Primary variable, JAVA 10.4 Java bytecode compilation (deprecated)
Primary variable, LIBRARIES 8.2 Building a library
Primary variable, LISP 10.1 Emacs Lisp
Primary variable, LTLIBRARIES 8.3.2 Building Libtool Libraries
Primary variable, MANS 11.2 Man Pages
Primary variable, PROGRAMS 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Primary variable, PYTHON 10.5 Python
Primary variable, SCRIPTS 9.1 Executable Scripts
Primary variable, SOURCES 8.1.1 Defining program sources
Primary variable, TEXINFOS 11.1 Texinfo
PROGRAMS primary variable 3.3 The Uniform Naming Scheme
Programs, auxiliary 3.7 Programs automake might require
PROGRAMS, bindir 8.1.1 Defining program sources
Programs, conditional 8.1.4 Conditional compilation of programs
Programs, renaming during installation 2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
prog_LDADD, defined 8.1.2 Linking the program
Proxy ‘Makefile’ for third-party packages 23.2 Third-Party ‘Makefile’s
ps 11.1 Texinfo
ps 23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PS output using Texinfo 11.1 Texinfo
ps-local 23.1 Extending Automake Rules
PYTHON primary, defined 10.5 Python

R
Ratfor programs 8.14.1 Preprocessing Fortran 77
read-only source tree 2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
readme-alpha 17.2 List of Automake options
README-alpha 22 The effect of ‘--gnu’ and ‘--gnits
rebuild rules 16 Rebuilding Makefiles
rebuild rules Background: distributed generated Files
recheck 15.2.3 Parallel Test Harness
Recognized macros by Automake 6.2 Other things Automake recognizes
Recursive operation of Automake 3.1 General Operation
recursive targets and third-party ‘Makefile’s 23.2 Third-Party ‘Makefile’s
Register test case result 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
Register test result 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
Renaming programs 2.2.9 Renaming Programs at Install Time
Reporting bugs 1 Introduction
Requirements of Automake 6.1 Configuration requirements
Requirements, Automake 1 Introduction
Restrictions for JAVA 10.4 Java bytecode compilation (deprecated)
reStructuredText field, :copy-in-global-log: 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
reStructuredText field, :recheck: 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
reStructuredText field, :test-global-result: 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
reStructuredText field, :test-result: 15.3.3.2 Log files generation and test results recording
RFLAGS and AM_RFLAGS Compile Flag Variables
rules with multiple outputs 27.9 Handling Tools that Produce Many Outputs
rules, conflicting 23.1 Extending Automake Rules
rules, debugging 27.11 Debugging Make Rules
rules, overriding 23.1 Extending Automake Rules

S
Scanning ‘configure.ac 6 Scanning ‘configure.ac’, using aclocal
SCRIPTS primary, defined 9.1 Executable Scripts
SCRIPTS, installation directories 9.1 Executable Scripts
Selecting the linker automatically 8.14.3.1 How the Linker is Chosen
serial number and ‘--install 6.3.1 aclocal Options
serial numbers in macros 6.3.5 Serial Numbers
serial-tests 17.2 List of Automake options
serial-tests’, Using 15.2.2 Older (and discouraged) serial test harness
Shared libraries, support for 8.3 Building a Shared Library
Silencing make 21 Silencing make
Silent make 21 Silencing make
Silent make rules 21 Silencing make
Silent rules 21 Silencing make
silent rules and libtool 21.3 How Automake can help in silencing make
site.exp 15.5 DejaGnu Tests
source tree and build tree 2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
source tree, read-only 2.2.6 Parallel Build Trees (a.k.a. VPATH Builds)
SOURCES primary, defined 8.1.1 Defining program sources
Special Automake comment 3.1 General Operation
Staged installation 2.2.10 Building Binary Packages Using DESTDIR
std-options 17.2 List of Automake options
Strictness, command line 5 Creating a ‘Makefile.in
Strictness, defined 3.2 Strictness
Strictness, ‘foreign 3.2 Strictness
Strictness, ‘gnits 3.2 Strictness
Strictness, ‘gnu 3.2 Strictness
su, before make install 2.2.1 Basic Installation
subdir-objects 17.2 List of Automake options
Subdirectories, building conditionally 7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
Subdirectories, configured conditionally 7.2.4 Unconfigured Subdirectories
Subdirectories, not distributed 7.2.4 Unconfigured Subdirectories
Subdirectory, objects in 8.4 Program and Library Variables
SUBDIRS and AC_SUBST 7.2.3 Subdirectories with AC_SUBST
SUBDIRS and AM_CONDITIONAL 7.2.2 Subdirectories with AM_CONDITIONAL
SUBDIRS, conditional 7.2 Conditional Subdirectories
SUBDIRS, explained 7.1 Recursing subdirectories
Subpackages 2.2.13 Nested Packages
Subpackages 7.4 Nesting Packages
suffix ‘.la’, defined 8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
suffix ‘.lo’, defined 8.3.1 The Libtool Concept
SUFFIXES, adding 18.2 Handling new file extensions
Support for C++ 8.9 C++ Support
Support for Fortran 77 8.14 Fortran 77 Support
Support for Fortran 9x 8.15 Fortran 9x Support
Support for GNU Gettext 10.2 Gettext
Support for Java with gcj 8.16 Compiling Java sources using gcj
Support for Objective C 8.10 Objective C Support
Support for Objective C++ 8.11 Objective C++ Support
Support for Unified Parallel C 8.12 Unified Parallel C Support
Support for Vala 8.17 Vala Support

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