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Dr. David Kirkby
Thu, 06 Mar 2003 00:54:29 +0000
Clinton Roy wrote:
> "Dr. David Kirkby" <address@hidden> writes:
> > $srcdir, which I assumed refereed to the directory 'src' below the top
> > directory of a package, but seems to be undefined when I try to use
> > it. Putting 'echo $srcdir' in a test script, just echoes a blank line,
> > with no directory information.
> Just to confirm, you've added the script to the automake variable
> TESTS and are running the tests by invoking `make check' ?
Yes, I was doing that.
> echo $srcdir in my scratch script setup like above does work, for what
> it's worth.
> echo "source dir: $srcdir"
> make check
> source dir: .
> PASS: foo.sh
> All 1 tests passed
I would not work for me, but adding the
TESTS_ENVIRONMENT = srcdir=$(srcdir) top_srcdir=$(top_srcdir)
to Makefile.am did allow it to work.
Dr. David Kirkby,
Senior Research Fellow,
Department of Medical Physics,
University College London,
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