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    • Jehan's avatar
      configure: don't nest anymore poppler and poppler-data checks. · 1d0fa313
      Jehan authored
      Since they are both mandatory dependencies now, no need to do a nested
      check anymore. Also I was getting some weird warnings in the configure
      output (maybe also because of missing square brackets?), which are
      coincidentally fixed this way as well.
      1d0fa313
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      configure: two levels of quoting needed with AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS. · c99ac02d
      Jehan authored
      So it seems that [[]] are needed to quote the command part of
      AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS(), in particular when square brackets are used inside
      the command (which is our case since we used sed with regex classes []).
      It is not even in the docs of AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS() but I found this
      information in the docs of the deprecated AC_OUTPUT_COMMANDS()!
      https://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/manual/autoconf.html#index-AC_005fOUTPUT_005fCOMMANDS-2135
      
      > Conversely, where one level of quoting was enough for literal strings
      > with AC_OUTPUT_COMMANDS, you need two with AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS. The
      > following lines are equivalent:
      >    AC_OUTPUT_COMMANDS([echo "Square brackets: []"])
      >    AC_CONFIG_COMMANDS([default], [[echo "Square brackets: []"]])
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