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Re: `--prefix /foo' mishandled in sub-configure invocation

From: Ralf Corsepius
Subject: Re: `--prefix /foo' mishandled in sub-configure invocation
Date: 05 Nov 2001 13:02:21 +0100

Am Son, 2001-11-04 um 21.47 schrieb Alexandre Duret-Lutz:
> I've found the following bug when configuring AutoGen
> with a configure generated by Autoconf 2.52e (2001-10-26).
> ~/projs/cvs/autogen/autogen % ./configure --prefix ~/usr
Hmm, is "--prefix foo" documented?

I thought, "--prefix=foo" was required.
> [... skiping until we configure the subdirectory ...]
> configure: configuring in snprintfv
> configure: running /bin/sh './configure' --prefix=/home/adl/usr  /home/adl/usr --enable-snprintfv-convenience --cache-file=/dev/null --srcdir=.
> configure: WARNING: you should use --build, --host, --target
> configure: WARNING: invalid host type: /home/adl/usr
> [...]
If --prefix=foo is required, IMO, this warning is right.
> Note the prefix argument (/home/adl/usr) appears twice in the
> sub-configure invocation.
Where? I don't see this in the log above. However, I also don't see where /home/adl/usr actually comes from.


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