At the very end of the top-level configure script, there are a set of 6 test
statements that use "==" as a comparison. The /bin/sh shell in HP-UX 11.X
rejects this - it expects just one "=". It should be noted that all other test
statements in configure use the single "=". The configure.in script, of course,
has the same issue and is the file that will need fixing and then the configure
script re-generated from that.
Created attachment 4028 [details] [review]
Changes test statements to use portable shell syntax in configure.in
This also happens with pkgsrc (http://www.pkgsrc.org/) on NetBSD.
Thanks for the patch. This is now fixed in both cairo 1.1.1 and cairo 1.0.3
(those are both CVS-only versions, but the fix will appear in all subsequent
2005-12-07 Carl Worth <email@example.com>
* configure.in: Use more portable shell syntax, ('test =' rather
than 'test =='). Thanks to Richard Lloyd and Klaus Heinz. Closes
*** Bug 6087 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***