On 08/24/2012 10:11 AM, David C. Rankin wrote: > As with the other person who originally posted > http://trinity-devel.pearsoncomputing.net/?0::6608, the change is apparently > necessary so that correct *directory* information is provided for the build. You > must be exporting some path somewhere in your build such that telling make to > use the correct directory information with '$^' results in double-path > information in your build. I don't know. It is either broken on your end or on > my end. I'm not using any exports to build, just the code from GIT. Building > just from GIT without altering the environment requires the patch I submitted. I'll test the patch and report back. Looking closely at what my patch does and what your patch does, I appears that they both accomplish the same thing regarding the path information from 2 different directions: AC_PATH_PROGS(MOC_QT3, [moc-tqt], no, [$QT3_PREFIX:$PATH]) You seem to be providing the ':$PATH' information explicitly, while: '$^' is a list of all the prerequisites of the rule, including the names of the directories in which they were found. What I don't know is which is the 'most correct' way to do it. After testing, if your works for my build, I'm happy just pushing yours. Will report back. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.