Subject: Re: wterm-6.2.6 installs in /usr/local/bin?!?
To: Greywolf <email@example.com>
From: David Maxwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/19/2000 13:44:50
On Fri, Feb 18, 2000 at 09:55:42PM -0800, Greywolf wrote:
> I type 'make && make install' in .../pkgsrc/x11/wterm, and for some reason
> it insists on installing into /usr/local instead of /usr/X11, and the
> icon install fails completely. I want it to install into /usr/X11.
> No amount of twiddling CONFIGURE_ARGS seems to help. pkgsrc is updated
> here every other day.
> Here's my /etc/mk.conf -- what am I doing wrong?
You're not doing anything wrong... It's not your mk.conf, it's the package.
The pkgsrc/x11/wterm/Makefile includes:
USE_X11= YES (which triggers lib includes etc)
but doesn't include:
It also does some tricks in the PLIST
And it is not the only pkg which uses @cwd in the PLIST, but there are only
6 pkgs that do it. (Note that x11/wterm uses PLIST_SUBST+=, while mail/faces
uses sed and post-install)
If you'd like it to behave like most X11 installs, remove the cwd lines, and
add the USE_X11BASE= YES in the Makefile. Just remember it's a change that
will require maintainence between sups, unless the package makes more sense
all in X11BASE now and someone changes it.
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