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28 Jul 2001 14:07:45 -0600
>>>>> "Felix" == Felix Natter <address@hidden> writes:
Felix> In configure, AM_PATH_LISPDIR reports that emacs in in /usr/bin/emacs,
Felix> and "where .elc files should go" is $(prefix)/share/emacs/site-lisp.
Felix> (which is /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp in my case).
Felix> So it uses the prefix of the package.
Felix> Shouldn't it use the prefix of the emacs found ?
My recollection is that we decided that, by default, Automake should
not install a file somewhere other than underneath $prefix.
The person building the package can use --with-lispdir to redirect the
files if that is what is appropriate for his system.
This is just what I remembe. Alexandre Oliva might know the answer
for real. He rewrote most of lispdir.m4 (in 1999. If he's like me
that info is long gone).
- AM_PATH_LISPDIR, Felix Natter, 2001/07/28
- Re: AM_PATH_LISPDIR,
Tom Tromey <=