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Re: [Axiom-developer] build failure on Debian Woody Solved -- Stray symb

From: Balbir Thomas
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] build failure on Debian Woody Solved -- Stray symbols in src/algebra/Makefile ! ??
Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 01:11:29 -0500
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I was building with Camm's debian packages source. This does
set the environment variables correctly so the version of notangle
used is the one supplied by axiom even though I do have an
local version of notangle (part of the nowebm package on debian).
The build is still in progress.

PS: I am replying from my home computer (with dynamic IP) so
this may get rejected by the mailing list.

b thomas

On Thu, Mar 24, 2005 at 12:24:08AM -0500, root wrote:
> Stray backslashes in the Makefile?  Well the Makefile is generated by
> running the notangle program on the Makefile.pamphlet file.  The
> notangle program is part of noweb.
> Do you have a copy of noweb installed elsewhere on your machine? If
> so, does your version occur before the axiom version of noweb? Axiom
> has some patches to noweb so it is not the standard version.
> Run notangle by hand on the Makefile.pamphlet file and see if it is
> causing the problem. 
> Before you start the axiom build there are two shell variables to be set:
> export AXIOM =`pwd`/mnt/linux
> export PATH=$AXIOM/bin:$PATH
> This PATH spec should cause the axiom version of notangle to be used.
> Tim

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