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If you download our source tarball and try to compile zabbix it would call aclocal when running make, while it shouldn't.
Steps to reproduce:
- svn co svn://svn.zabbix.com/trunk
- cd trunk
- ./bootstrap && ./configure && make dist
- tar xzvf zabbix-4.0.2rc1.tar.gz
- cd zabbix-4.0.2rc1.tar.gz
Running make shouldn't call aclocal, especially call a specific version, in this case it explicitly calls aclocal-1.15 (because it was installed on the platform where ./bootstrap.sh was called).
This happens because standard procedure to create tarball (./bootstrap.sh && ./configure -q && make dist) is now creating a tarball containing Makefiles like this.