(name . Adonay Felipe Nogueira)(address . email@example.com)(address . firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adonay Felipe Nogueira <email@example.com> skribis:
Toggle quote (6 lines)> Simple to check, simply list the contents of Red Eclipse's store> entry. The "data" directory is at the root.>> Shouldn't it be "$out/share/red-eclipse/data"? Or> "$out/share/red-eclipse"?
Definitely. Would you like to give it a try? With luck, it will just be a matter ofpassing the right configure flags. Ludo’.
Re: bug#25034: red-eclipse: "data" directory in "$out/", not in "$out/share"
(address . firstname.lastname@example.org)
It turns out that I couldn't figure out how to do so. So far I have tried: - Attempt 1 - Add the output path as "prefix" variable to #:make-flags. But I don't think this will work because $(prefix) seems hard-coded in "src/system-install.mk". - Attempt 2 - Change "copy-paths" phase to: - Make "$out/share/redeclipse" directory. - Copy "data" to "$out/share/redeclipse/data". - Make "$out/lib/redeclipse" directory. - Make symbolic link from "$out/share/redeclipse/data" to "$out/lib/redeclipse/data". - Add "set-prefix-path" phase after "unpack" phase. With outputs as key: - Inside "src/system-install.mk", substitute: - Line begining with "prefix=", with "prefix=$out". The regular expression used for this was "(^prefix=)[^\r\n]*", this makes sure that the "prefix=" assignment is in it's own line. In any attempt, Red Eclipse still complains that no "data" was found,although it always builds successfully. Any ideas? :)
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