vicious-build-scripts, head, gtk+, and the usual weird error messages


Verily did the brave apprentice warrior hoist his master's shield and sword 
(Mandrake 8.0 and g++ 2.96, respectively), and venture forth to rove in the 
wilds. Being young in the ways of valour he brought with him a scroll of good 
fortunes, entitled "vicious-build-scripts".

When the evening sun cast his shadows across the first fork in the road he 
consulted the VBS, and from the lore of their README file chose he the path 
to the ancient citadel of Head.

In the dusk of evening the forces of atk, of glib, and of gnome-common 
assailed him, but with the green strength of youth did he unchap them, one by 
one, from nave to gibbet.

In the hour of full dark the peacible quiet of his camp was broken by the 
elusive mysteries of pango, and the gibbering hordes from Babylon that call 
themselves xml-i18n-tools.

But as the night waned to dawn his strength did not last, and he was dismayed 
by the banshee audiofile and the spectral gtk+.

Older, weary, and his chin not so high the brave apprentice did retreat to 
his village, there to consult the masters about the meanings of the words 
still ringing in his hears that the foul demons had shrieked after him as he 
fled, in lasting mockery of his shame:

gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I../libaudiofile    -g -O2 -c `test -f 
twentyfour.c || echo './'`twentyfour.c
twentyfour.c: In function `main':
twentyfour.c:232: Internal compiler error in emit_move_insn_1, at expr.c:2830


/bin/sh ../../libtool --mode=compile @AS@  @ASFLAGS@ -c -o have_mmx.lo `test 
-f have_mmx.S || echo './'`have_mmx.S
rm -f .libs/have_mmx.lo
@AS@ @ASFLAGS@ -c have_mmx.S  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/have_mmx.lo
../../libtool: @AS@: command not found

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