IIUC, ‘--conditional-dependencies’ is an optimization and so can be
safely dropped. The fix is to do just that:
diff --git a/autogen.sh b/autogen.sh
index 1a17554..0511fc3 100644
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ set -ex
# The sed script "tee"s the list of (requested and supporting)
# modules to the file .gnulib-utility, slightly formatted for
# inclusion in HACKING, q.v.
-gnulib-tool --conditional-dependencies --update \
+gnulib-tool --update \
| sed '
Another fix (i'm contemplating) is to not keep m4/gnulib-cache.m4 under
version control, move the list of modules into autogen.sh, and convert
to: ‘gnulib-tool --conditional-dependencies --import MODULES’. Hmmm.
And I've been able to get around it by running this:
But not before producing a working configure script.
I'm sorry this condition has persisted so long, and will post an update
to this thread as soon as things get unblocked.
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