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Re: Does build.sh dump things into /usr/obj/ ?
Jan Danielsson wrote:
if [ $# -gt 0 ] ; then
Or won't that work?
Sure it will -- but I removed it since it's the default. If you don't
set ARCH, build.sh will set it automatically.
How about an elif then? :-)
Well -- true. But I wrote the script because I was lazy, not because
I wanted an intelligent script. :-)
Yeah, I know the problem. I wrote this really big script a fair while
back für getting and sending mail an news over a dialup. I worked
perfectly for me, because I knew what its limitations were. But somehow,
I wound up giving it to a few people close to me and they passed it on
and before too long I was getting feature requests. The best one was to
convert it from the bash (which I wrote it 'in') to the Korn shell.
Something I refused BTW. :-)
$ . prep_build_env.sh
Not sure what you mean by that. :-(
If you run a script like this:
$ . foo.sh
..you're telling the shell to run the script in the current shell.
The variables won't be lost this way.
Remind me to wear my contact lensen before I start writing anything. :-(
Don't aked me how I managed that, but I absolutely oversaw the '.' in
your line. Sorry about the dumb question there. Next time I will REALLY
try to READ what you write before I answer! :-)
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