Subject: RE: problem with the STk package
To: Perry E. Metzger <email@example.com>
From: Tim Rightnour <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/02/1998 15:09:25
On 02-Jul-98 Perry E. Metzger spoke unto us all:
# The package pretty much insists on hard coding the architecture into
# the build directory, which makes the PLIST non-MI. I tried several
# trivial ways to fix this, and it turns out that the package knows way
# too much way too deeply about the name of said directory -- it is
# hardcoded into a couple of things.
I don't really understand what you are asking here.. but I'll take a stab at
it. On my glunix pkg, it does a very annoying thing and names the binaries
(and slews of directories and the like) xxxx-i386-NetBSD. (or alpha, or
whatever) so you end up with platform dependent install targets, and it screws
up the plist, blah blah blah..
I fixed it by having "make" call make install inside the work tree, it installs
into a subdir of the work tree, and then the make install target of the pkg
makefile does a *real* install, and moves all the files, and renames them and
all that fun stuff.
Tim Rightnour - email@example.com