Andreas Kirschbaum wrote: > No feedback, therefore I'll assume that it's ok to commit these changes. > > Unfortunately I get lots of differences after running the autogen.sh > script: The files aclocal.m4, configure, and all Makefile.in have > differences. > > The differences in Makefile.in are minor (a few added lines like > "AR = @AR@"). > > The differences in configure probably are because I use autoconf version > 2.59; the existing files are from version 2.57. > > The differences in aclocal.m4 are huge even though I use the same > automake version 1.6.3 that was used to generate these files. > > > What should I do here? Just commit "my" files? Generally speaking, for machine generated files, just commit them. For reference, I have aclocal (automake) version 1.9.3. I don't know if I was the last person to generate them, but I suppose it is possible that the comment is just incorrect about what version of automake generated the aclocal.m4 file.