Prevent rebuild of man pages when using release tarballs
Commit 43cad9c8 made the building of all docs depend on the Makefile.
However, the Makefile is generated after running ./configure so is
always newer than any pregenerated docs. This means that people
building from released pacman tarballs are forced to rebuild the
docs (and thus have asciidoc installed). That defeats the purpose
of prebuilding the documentation. Have the documentatin depends on
Makefile.am instead as this is probably what was intended.
Signed-off-by: Allan McRae <email@example.com>
1) That was a massive commit message for the addition of 9 characters!
2) Somebody did not build the Arch Linux pacman package in a clean chroot
or else failures due to missing asciidoc would have occurred...
# These rules are due to the includes and files of the asciidoc text
-$(ASCIIDOC_MANS): asciidoc.conf footer.txt Makefile
+$(ASCIIDOC_MANS): asciidoc.conf footer.txt Makefile.am
$(AM_V_GEN)a2x $(A2X_OPTS) --asciidoc-opts="$(ASCIIDOC_OPTS) --out-file=./$@.xml" $(srcdir)/$@.txt