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=Configuration and Installation=
 
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*<strike> Split config.h into a part for Octave-specific configuration things (this part can be installed) and the generic HAVE_X type of configure information that should not be installed. </strike>  Now config.h and octave-config.h.
  
 
*Makefile changes:
 
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*Create a docs-only distribution?
 
*Create a docs-only distribution?
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*<strike> Better binary packaging and distribution, especially on Windows. </strike>  Now done by MXE
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*<strike> Octave Emacs mode needs maintenance. </strike>
  
 
*<strike> Convert build system to a non-recursive Automake setup. See how Makefile.am files currently include module.mk files in subdirectories, extend this concept to the entire project so there is only one top-level Makefile.am. </strike> Done, except for special dir libgnu which is the only SUBDIRS listed in configure.ac.
 
*<strike> Convert build system to a non-recursive Automake setup. See how Makefile.am files currently include module.mk files in subdirectories, extend this concept to the entire project so there is only one top-level Makefile.am. </strike> Done, except for special dir libgnu which is the only SUBDIRS listed in configure.ac.

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