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commit 5cfe816849042a380c387fd4efa1d475f1fdf210
parent bef9cad301a0b16c34905ba5071edcbb65e81088
Author: Yu-Jie Lin <livibetter@gmail.com>
Date:   Mon, 29 Jan 2018 20:06:01 +0800

remove autotools generated files

Remove autotools generated files

match installation instruction described in README

That is running configure in repo root, which is also convention.

Also reshaping the script for a bit of readability.
Diffstat:
M.gitignore | 12++++++++----
M.travis.yml | 13++++++++-----
DMakefile.in | 876-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MREADME.md | 1+
Daclocal.m4 | 1181-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dcompile | 347-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dconfigure | 6431-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ddepcomp | 791-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dinstall-sh | 251-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dmissing | 190-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dmkinstalldirs | 40----------------------------------------
11 files changed, 17 insertions(+), 10116 deletions(-)

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