[cairo-commit] build/configure.ac.pthread

M. Joonas Pihlaja joonas at kemper.freedesktop.org
Wed Jul 21 13:06:01 PDT 2010

 build/configure.ac.pthread |    8 ++++----
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

New commits:
commit 53fcfc781eeee949abc03cf90048a2228f7e0a63
Author: M Joonas Pihlaja <jpihlaja at cc.helsinki.fi>
Date:   Wed Jul 21 22:39:40 2010 +0300

    build: Typos in comments.
    Fix inline "dnl" strings left over from a string
    substitution "--" -> "dnl".

diff --git a/build/configure.ac.pthread b/build/configure.ac.pthread
index 4210c15..5203361 100644
--- a/build/configure.ac.pthread
+++ b/build/configure.ac.pthread
@@ -6,8 +6,8 @@ dnl a) A minimal level denoted by -DCAIRO_HAS_PTHREAD=1: This level
 dnl requires mutex and recursive mutexattr support.  If possible we try
 dnl to use weakly linked stubs from libc over the real pthread library.
 dnl This level is required by the cairo library proper.  If the user
-dnl invokes configure with dnlenable-pthread=yes or
-dnl dnlenable-pthread=always then we avoid trying to use weak stubs.
+dnl invokes configure with --enable-pthread=yes or
+dnl --enable-pthread=always then we avoid trying to use weak stubs.
 dnl b) A full level denoted by -DCAIRO_HAS_REAL_PTHREAD=1: This level
 dnl requires full support from a real pthread library, including thread
@@ -21,12 +21,12 @@ dnl			[CAIRO_CONFIGURE_PTHREAD])
 dnl	This should be invoked near the end of configure.ac so that
 dnl	the pthread specific CFLAGS and LIBS end up at the front
-dnl	of CAIRO_CFLAGS and CAIRO_LIBS dnl this helps ensure that we
+dnl	of CAIRO_CFLAGS and CAIRO_LIBS -- this helps ensure that we
 dnl	really do get non-weak symbols from the actual pthread library
 dnl	rather than possible stubs in other libraries.
 dnl	The user can override the choices made by
-dnl	CAIRO_CONFIGURE_PTHREAD by using dnlenable-pthread=yes and
+dnl	CAIRO_CONFIGURE_PTHREAD by using --enable-pthread=yes and
 dnl	giving PTHREAD_CFLAGS and PTHREAD_LIBS to configure.
 dnl Sets environment variables:

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