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Re: howto build separate cvs version?


From: Daniel
Subject: Re: howto build separate cvs version?
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2008 15:51:57 +0200
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knubee wrote:
I'm trying to install a cvs version of emacs -- but do not want it to
interfere/interact with my existing installation. I just want to be
able to try out the cvs version a bit.

After looking around, it seemed as if the main things to do were a)
ensure that everything was configured for an install directory that
differs from the location of my existing installation; and b) give the
build a suffix so as to call it by name.

Here is what I tried:

cd /test
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:address@hidden:/sources/emacs co -d emacs-cvs-source emacs
cd /emacs-cvs-installation
/test/emacs-cvs-source/configure --prefix=/test/emacs-cvs-installation 
--program-suffix=-from-cvs
make bootstrap
make
make install

This seems to complete without error, but the following generates an
error:

emacs-from-cvs
bash: emacs-from-cvs: command not found

What am I doing wrong?
Is /test/emacs-cvs-installation in your $PATH?
Anyway, try
  ./emacs-from-cvs
and/or
  /test/emacs-cvs-installation

Greetings
----Daniel



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