On Wed, Sep 22, 2004 at 01:21:06PM -0700, Richard Morin wrote:
> On Sep 22, 2004, at 1:15 PM, Bill Moseley wrote:
> >Not sure about all those ../.. in the destination --
> >My wild guess is your home directory is symlinked.
> Something like that:
> % echo $HOME
> % pwd
> but (a) I don't have any control over this and (b)
> I don't think it should break the install script.
I can't help with (a), but for (b) it would be helpful to bring that
up on the GNU Autoconf and/or Automake lists if it's a real problem.
Here's the entire configuration that we (swish-e) does for installing
perlmoduledir = $(libexecdir)/perl/SWISH
nobase_perlmodule_SCRIPTS = \
How and where they get installed depends on the tools provided by
Automake and Autoconf.
You might check what libexecdir is set to in your Makefiles -- and
then work back from there. It's coming from your --prefix setting.
Look also in config.log for how prefix is begin set.
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Received on Wed Sep 22 13:45:44 2004