Proper building and installation of documentation in the Makefiles.
Autoconf is evil. The sysconfdir and similar variables are unusable inC includes as they contain substitutions specific to make.
Worked around by creating sysconf/paths.h which is created fromthe Makefile instead of by the configure script.
`make install' now works.
Connected the `doc' subtree to global makefiles.
All documentation is built in obj/doc (resp. doc/ if you do a stand-alone build).
Use `make docs' to make the whole documentation or `make userdocs' resp.`make progdocs' for user manual resp. developer's guide.
Configure, link and use the readline library.
Put client on a stony ground. The whole client is going to be system-specific(the current version UNIX-specific) anyway, so it's useless to try splitting itto sysdep and generic part. Instead of this, configure script decides (based onsystem type and user's wish) what (if any) client should be built and what...
The CLI I/O functions work as desired.
Added skeleton of the client. Does nothing, but at least compiles.
Added new target "tags" to generate a tag table for Emacs.
Also made "depend" work before the tree is compiled first time.
First few FreeBSD portability fixes.
Use dmalloc instead of EFence when available (dmalloc has lot of improvementsover EFence and also hopefully smaller memory overhead, but sadly it's non-freefor commercial use).
If the DMALLOC_OPTIONS environment variable is not set, switch on `reasonable'...
New makefiles. Includes support for out-of-source-tree builds.