|Subject:||Re: [igraph] Getting the latest development version of igraph|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Feb 2008 18:50:53 -0500|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (X11/20071022)|
I'm upgrading from dev version igraph-main--0.5 to dev igraph--main--0.6, and I'm getting ready to run
$> sudo make install
from within the igraph--main--0.6 directory.
I have not changed the igraph-main-0.5 installation... can I and/or should I uninstall the 0.5 dev version... I assume
$> sudo make uninstall
from within the igraph--main--0.5 directory would clear the 0.5 version from the install paths?
The concern, as usual, is leaving software from a previous install that might affect the current install, as well as holding onto unused files.
Gabor Csardi wrote:
Thanks for the 'how-to'! On Sun, Dec 09, 2007 at 04:43:40PM -0500, Richard Geddes wrote: [...]4. Get the sources into the dev directory (this time it's called igraph-dev-0.5): $0> tla get igraph--main--0.5 igraph-dev-0.5Actually you can name your directory (the last argument) whatever you want. What is important, the igraph--main--0.5 argument, this selects the version to be installed. As soon as igraph-0.5 is released an igraph--main--0.6 tree will be created, that will be the new development version. [...]Is step 7 correct?� Also when the 0.6 dev version is available run 4, ,5 and 6 (use the name of the new directory ... it will probably be igraph-dev-0.6 instead of igraph-dev-0.5)... yes?More importantly, igraph--main--0.6 instead of igraph--main--0.5. G.
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