Subject: Re: Compile of routed in -current ? ....
To: Greg Hudson <ghudson@MIT.EDU>
From: Greg A. Woods <email@example.com>
Date: 07/06/1995 17:08:57
[ On Wed, July 5, 1995 at 17:27:55 (EDT), Greg Hudson wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Compile of routed in -current ? ....
> Are you unfamiliar with DESTDIR? The source tree will happily use
> include files and libraries installed in a private directory.
But DESTDIR doesn't take care of the includes used by the live build
(i.e. "make DESTDIR=/testroot build" doesn't seem to install in, and
then use use the /testroot/usr/include files; at least not in the
95Jun03 source tar files.
> I'm not so sure. Where would you suggest putting
> /usr/include/paths.h, for instance?
Well, let's see. That one is used by lots of user-land code, and
probably a few library routines. The traditional place for the *source*
for such files in some other UNIX source trees has been /usr/src/head.
Greg A. Woods
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