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Description: patch to run autoconf 

Index: b/AUTHORS
===================================================================
--- /dev/null
+++ b/AUTHORS
@@ -0,0 +1,47 @@
+
+This is a list of the people who are or have worked on the xbase64 Library.
+
+Gary Kunkel             <gkunkel@zhsac.com>     - original author,
+                                                  current maintainer of xbase64
+Larry McCourry          <lmccourry@charter.net  - memory leak testing						  
+Sergiy Yakovin          <s.yakovin@if.ukrsotsbank.com> - cdx index support
+
+Previous to this library being branced to xbase64, the following AUTHORS have
+supported xbase to the 2.x release level.
+
+
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+The following list is the AUTHORS file for the xbase library release 2.
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+This is a partial list of the people that have helped with the xbase
+project and something specific they worked on.  Most have worked on more
+than what is listed.
+
+Derry Bryson            <derry@techass.com>     - release 2.x maintainer
+Mario Motta                                     - testing and bugfixes
+Serge Smirnov		<sw1181@mail.ru>	- MSVC stuff and OCAML support
+Frolov Sergey					- bugfixes (memory leaks)
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+The following is the original AUTHORS file for the xbase library
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+This is a partial list of the people that have helped with the xbase
+project and something specific they worked on.  Most have worked on more
+than what is listed.
+
+
+Bob Cotton        <bcotton@synix.com>        - Clipper NTX index support
+Denis Braussen    <postoffice@mail.dotcom.fr> - general support
+Denis Pershin     <dyp@inetlab.com>          - provided library enhancements
+Eirk Bachman      <ebp@geocities.com>        - keeper of definitive Xbase spec 
+Gabriel Emerson   <egabriel@io.com>          - provided logo
+Kehl Hubertus     <kehlh@hotmail.com>        - Xbase to Xbase C++ Perl Converter
+Michael Bedward   <mbedward@ozemail.com.au>  - Expression logic support
+Paul Foster       <paulf@quillandmouse.com>  - general support
+Vitaly Fedrushkov <willy@snowyowl.csu.ac.ru> - TV support and more
+
+------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+If you are missing and you should be included in this file, please let me
+know at xbase64-dev@lists.sourceforge.net.  Thanks, Gary Kunkel.
Index: b/NEWS
===================================================================
--- /dev/null
+++ b/NEWS
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+
+Xbase64  (Sept 15, 2003)
+------------------------
+
+Xbase64 was branched off the xbase C++ class lib project and given a new name.
+
+There are significant changes in this release.
+
+1)  The original author (Gary Kunkel) has resumed working on the project.
+
+2)  The project was branched and renamed to xbase64 with 64 bit file 
+    processing capabilities.  The xbase name is being used by other projects,
+    so I thought it was time for a new name.
+
+3)  Modified the license from LGPL to GPL as recommended by the GNU web site.
+    Files that I have not been able to get permission from the original 
+    author for GPL terms have beed deleted from the library.
+
+4)  Trimmed the tree: Dropped support for the xbHtml class, the turbo vision 
+    interface, and the ybase directory.  These are either unused, not working,
+    undocumented, not maintained, or I didn't have authority to change the 
+    license from LGPL to GPL. 
+    
+5)  Didn't move make files forward that were not documented or working.
+    These need to be reviewed and brought forward.
+    
+6)  Worked on the locking logic. 
+
+7)  Added support for Borland C++ 5.x compiler.
+
+8)  Created a new data type of XB_BOOL.  Current bool data type was causing
+    issues in certain environments.
+
+9)  Dropped support for XB_CASTELLANO dates.  Changed the logic to use
+    system locale settings, this supports descriptive dates in different
+    languages.
+    
+10) Cleaned up memory leaks.
+    
+11) Updates to the documentation.
+
+12) Enhancements to the expression logic
+
+13) Fixed the broken index logic - the ndx and ntx indices are working 
+    again.  
+
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------
+For a the historical NEWS file history (pre 9/15/03), review the older 
+xbase library.
Index: b/README
===================================================================
--- /dev/null
+++ b/README
@@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
+                             Xbase64 Version 3.1.0
+                             
+                             
+                             
+WHAT IS IT?
+-----------
+
+Xbase64 is an xbase (i.e. dBase, FoxPro, etc.) compatible C++ class library 
+originally by Gary Kunkel and others (see the AUTHORS file).
+
+Xbase64 is useful for accessing data in legacy dBase 3 and 4 database files as
+well as a general light-weight database engine.  It includes support for
+DBF (dBase version 3 and 4) data files, NDX and NTX indexes, and DBT 
+(dBase version 3 and 4).  It supports file and record locking under *nix
+and Windows.
+
+
+DIRECTORY LAYOUT
+----------------
+
+    /bin        contains various utility programs
+    /examples   contains various test programs
+    /html       contains the original xBase documentation in html format
+    /xbase64    Xbase64 source and header files
+
+
+BUILDING THE LIBRARY ON UNIX/LINUX
+----------------------------------
+
+XBase64 uses autoconf and libtool to manage the build process.
+
+To configure the library for your specific system, run the "configure"
+shell script as follows:
+
+    ./configure
+    
+The configure script accepts the following options in addition to the
+normal default options:
+
+  --enable-debug               creates debugging code [default=no]
+  --enable-shared              build shared libraries [default=yes]
+  --enable-static              build static libraries [default=no]
+  --with-gnu-ld                assume the C compiler uses GNU ld [default=no]
+  --without-index-ndx          turn off .ndx index support 
+  --without-index-ntx          turn off .ntx index support 
+  --without-memo-fields        turn off memo fields support 
+  --without-expressions        turn off expressions support 
+  --without-xbase-locking      turn off XBase file locking 
+  --without-realdelete         turn off XBase record deletion 
+  --without-xbase-debug        turn off XBase specific debug 
+  --without-largefile-support  turn off XBase largefile support
+
+Once configured, execute make as follows to build the library:
+
+    make
+    
+Once compiled (and assuming no errors occurred), use make to install the 
+library, header files, and utilities as follows:
+
+    make install
+    
+The default install directory is /usr/local.  
+
+
+BUILDING THE LIBRARY ON WINDOWS
+-------------------------------
+
+The MINGW32 and CYGWIN compiler support didn't make the first cut to
+Xbase64. They will be migrated forward in a future release of xbase64.
+Any volunteers?
+
+If using the MINGW32 GCC compiler package, use the makefile.g95 make files.
+Edit bin/makefile.g95 xbase/makefile.g95 to change installation directories.
+
+If using the CYGWIN environment, use the makefile.cyg make files (or fix
+the autoconf/automake stuff to work correclty).  However, for some reason
+(as yet undetermined) it seems to run very slowly when compiled with the
+cygwin compiler (perhaps the file handing in the cygwin dll is just dog slow?).
+
+
+BUILDING THE LIRARY WITH BORLAND 5.5
+------------------------------------
+
+There are batch files MAKEBCC.BAT which build the xbase libs for 
+Borland C++ 5.5.
+
+
+
+DOCUMENTATION
+-------------
+
+The documentation at this point consists of the original xBase documentation
+(in the html directory).  It is still very useful as little has changed 
+from the original library except bugfixes and a few enhancements.
+
+We are working on incorporating comments into the source to allow
+generation of reference documentation using the Doxygen document generator.
+A small amount has been done already, but we hope to complete this effort
+before the next release.
+
+
+CONTACT
+-------
+
+Please email comments, bug reports, and patches to Gary Kunkel
+xdb-dev@lists.sourceforge.net
+
+
Index: b/authors
===================================================================
--- a/authors
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,47 +0,0 @@
-
-This is a list of the people who are or have worked on the xbase64 Library.
-
-Gary Kunkel             <gkunkel@zhsac.com>     - original author,
-                                                  current maintainer of xbase64
-Larry McCourry          <lmccourry@charter.net  - memory leak testing						  
-Sergiy Yakovin          <s.yakovin@if.ukrsotsbank.com> - cdx index support
-
-Previous to this library being branced to xbase64, the following AUTHORS have
-supported xbase to the 2.x release level.
-
-
-
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-The following list is the AUTHORS file for the xbase library release 2.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-This is a partial list of the people that have helped with the xbase
-project and something specific they worked on.  Most have worked on more
-than what is listed.
-
-Derry Bryson            <derry@techass.com>     - release 2.x maintainer
-Mario Motta                                     - testing and bugfixes
-Serge Smirnov		<sw1181@mail.ru>	- MSVC stuff and OCAML support
-Frolov Sergey					- bugfixes (memory leaks)
-
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-The following is the original AUTHORS file for the xbase library
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-This is a partial list of the people that have helped with the xbase
-project and something specific they worked on.  Most have worked on more
-than what is listed.
-
-
-Bob Cotton        <bcotton@synix.com>        - Clipper NTX index support
-Denis Braussen    <postoffice@mail.dotcom.fr> - general support
-Denis Pershin     <dyp@inetlab.com>          - provided library enhancements
-Eirk Bachman      <ebp@geocities.com>        - keeper of definitive Xbase spec 
-Gabriel Emerson   <egabriel@io.com>          - provided logo
-Kehl Hubertus     <kehlh@hotmail.com>        - Xbase to Xbase C++ Perl Converter
-Michael Bedward   <mbedward@ozemail.com.au>  - Expression logic support
-Paul Foster       <paulf@quillandmouse.com>  - general support
-Vitaly Fedrushkov <willy@snowyowl.csu.ac.ru> - TV support and more
-
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-If you are missing and you should be included in this file, please let me
-know at xbase64-dev@lists.sourceforge.net.  Thanks, Gary Kunkel.
Index: b/news
===================================================================
--- a/news
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-
-Xbase64  (Sept 15, 2003)
-------------------------
-
-Xbase64 was branched off the xbase C++ class lib project and given a new name.
-
-There are significant changes in this release.
-
-1)  The original author (Gary Kunkel) has resumed working on the project.
-
-2)  The project was branched and renamed to xbase64 with 64 bit file 
-    processing capabilities.  The xbase name is being used by other projects,
-    so I thought it was time for a new name.
-
-3)  Modified the license from LGPL to GPL as recommended by the GNU web site.
-    Files that I have not been able to get permission from the original 
-    author for GPL terms have beed deleted from the library.
-
-4)  Trimmed the tree: Dropped support for the xbHtml class, the turbo vision 
-    interface, and the ybase directory.  These are either unused, not working,
-    undocumented, not maintained, or I didn't have authority to change the 
-    license from LGPL to GPL. 
-    
-5)  Didn't move make files forward that were not documented or working.
-    These need to be reviewed and brought forward.
-    
-6)  Worked on the locking logic. 
-
-7)  Added support for Borland C++ 5.x compiler.
-
-8)  Created a new data type of XB_BOOL.  Current bool data type was causing
-    issues in certain environments.
-
-9)  Dropped support for XB_CASTELLANO dates.  Changed the logic to use
-    system locale settings, this supports descriptive dates in different
-    languages.
-    
-10) Cleaned up memory leaks.
-    
-11) Updates to the documentation.
-
-12) Enhancements to the expression logic
-
-13) Fixed the broken index logic - the ndx and ntx indices are working 
-    again.  
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-For a the historical NEWS file history (pre 9/15/03), review the older 
-xbase library.
Index: b/readme
===================================================================
--- a/readme
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,108 +0,0 @@
-                             Xbase64 Version 3.1.0
-                             
-                             
-                             
-WHAT IS IT?
------------
-
-Xbase64 is an xbase (i.e. dBase, FoxPro, etc.) compatible C++ class library 
-originally by Gary Kunkel and others (see the AUTHORS file).
-
-Xbase64 is useful for accessing data in legacy dBase 3 and 4 database files as
-well as a general light-weight database engine.  It includes support for
-DBF (dBase version 3 and 4) data files, NDX and NTX indexes, and DBT 
-(dBase version 3 and 4).  It supports file and record locking under *nix
-and Windows.
-
-
-DIRECTORY LAYOUT
-----------------
-
-    /bin        contains various utility programs
-    /examples   contains various test programs
-    /html       contains the original xBase documentation in html format
-    /xbase64    Xbase64 source and header files
-
-
-BUILDING THE LIBRARY ON UNIX/LINUX
-----------------------------------
-
-XBase64 uses autoconf and libtool to manage the build process.
-
-To configure the library for your specific system, run the "configure"
-shell script as follows:
-
-    ./configure
-    
-The configure script accepts the following options in addition to the
-normal default options:
-
-  --enable-debug               creates debugging code [default=no]
-  --enable-shared              build shared libraries [default=yes]
-  --enable-static              build static libraries [default=no]
-  --with-gnu-ld                assume the C compiler uses GNU ld [default=no]
-  --without-index-ndx          turn off .ndx index support 
-  --without-index-ntx          turn off .ntx index support 
-  --without-memo-fields        turn off memo fields support 
-  --without-expressions        turn off expressions support 
-  --without-xbase-locking      turn off XBase file locking 
-  --without-realdelete         turn off XBase record deletion 
-  --without-xbase-debug        turn off XBase specific debug 
-  --without-largefile-support  turn off XBase largefile support
-
-Once configured, execute make as follows to build the library:
-
-    make
-    
-Once compiled (and assuming no errors occurred), use make to install the 
-library, header files, and utilities as follows:
-
-    make install
-    
-The default install directory is /usr/local.  
-
-
-BUILDING THE LIBRARY ON WINDOWS
--------------------------------
-
-The MINGW32 and CYGWIN compiler support didn't make the first cut to
-Xbase64. They will be migrated forward in a future release of xbase64.
-Any volunteers?
-
-If using the MINGW32 GCC compiler package, use the makefile.g95 make files.
-Edit bin/makefile.g95 xbase/makefile.g95 to change installation directories.
-
-If using the CYGWIN environment, use the makefile.cyg make files (or fix
-the autoconf/automake stuff to work correclty).  However, for some reason
-(as yet undetermined) it seems to run very slowly when compiled with the
-cygwin compiler (perhaps the file handing in the cygwin dll is just dog slow?).
-
-
-BUILDING THE LIRARY WITH BORLAND 5.5
-------------------------------------
-
-There are batch files MAKEBCC.BAT which build the xbase libs for 
-Borland C++ 5.5.
-
-
-
-DOCUMENTATION
--------------
-
-The documentation at this point consists of the original xBase documentation
-(in the html directory).  It is still very useful as little has changed 
-from the original library except bugfixes and a few enhancements.
-
-We are working on incorporating comments into the source to allow
-generation of reference documentation using the Doxygen document generator.
-A small amount has been done already, but we hope to complete this effort
-before the next release.
-
-
-CONTACT
--------
-
-Please email comments, bug reports, and patches to Gary Kunkel
-xdb-dev@lists.sourceforge.net
-
-
Index: b/configure.in
===================================================================
--- a/configure.in
+++ b/configure.in
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
 
 # get G++ version
 if test "$GXX" = "yes"; then
-  GXXVER=`${CXX} -v 2>&1 | grep version | cut -d " " -f 3 -`
+  GXXVER=`${CXX} -v 2>&1 | grep '^gcc version' | cut -d " " -f 3 -`
   GXXVER="gcc${GXXVER}"
 else
   GXXVER=""