install.sh script for win32
stimming at tuhh.de
Sun Aug 27 09:22:50 EDT 2006
Am Sonntag, 27. August 2006 02:00 schrieb Derek Atkins:
> Christian Stimming <stimming at tuhh.de> writes:
> > Concerning LN_S, this one bites us hard everywhere throughout gnucash.
> Yeah, this is definitely a problem. In MOST cases it's only required
> to run gnucash from the build tree. I'm pretty happy to not worry about
> that here.
The "gnucash" directory is needed for "make check", though.
> HOWEVER, there's another problem, which is that we really
> need the "g-wrapped" location....
> I dont think this has to be done from install.sh. I think the
> makefiles can (should?) just be changed to do this. This way we can
> clean it up via "make clean". I think the only things that need to be
> copied are the g-wrapped scheme files.
See attached patch for gnc-module/Makefile.am.
> That's fine. I've fixed the gnucash configure script to handle this.
> *sighs* All this work to get gsf and goffice to build, and you've got
> binaries. ;) I guess we should just add an "inst_foo_bin()" function
> to install the binary version of "foo" instead of the source version.
> That way we keep the code that builds it for future reference (or if
> we want to change the dependencies).
> >> I think this is a change that should be made in g-wrap itself. When
> >> g-wrap generates the file is should output the correct name.
> > Yes, that would be even better -- but OTOH I'm not totally sure
> > whether g-wrap actually knows the SO_MAJOR version number, which is
> > the one in use here. For now, gnucash always uses a zero, but as a
> > general solution... anyway, we only need a solution for ourselves,
> > so that's probably not a problem here.
> Yeah, I think we can assume that we're the only user and that all the
> libraries are major version 0. It's not like we've use libtool
> library version numbers at all.. (we probably should going forward).
> Hopefully all this will get MUCH easier once we move to swig. But for
> now I think it's safe to just hard-code "-0" into g-wrap. Want me to
> work on that, or do you want to work on it?
Could you do that? Thanks.
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