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Automake supports an `include' directive which can be used to
include other `Makefile' fragments when `automake' is run. Note that
these fragments are read and interpreted by `automake', not by `make'.
As with conditionals, `make' has no idea that `include' is in use.
There are two forms of `include':
Include a fragment which is found relative to the current source
Include a fragment which is found relative to the top source
Note that if a fragment is included inside a conditional, then the
condition applies to the entire contents of that fragment.
Makefile fragments included this way are always distributed because
there are needed to rebuild `Makefile.in'.
Created Mon Nov 8 17:42:03 2004 on tillpc with info_to_html version 0.9.6.