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Re: Getting Mauve running with Classpath+gcj/jikes+kissme

From: Brian Jones
Subject: Re: Getting Mauve running with Classpath+gcj/jikes+kissme
Date: 21 Oct 2002 18:23:17 -0400
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Stephen Crawley <address@hidden> writes:

> > cd "${KISSME_CVS}" && ./configure --prefix=${KISSME_PREFIX}
> > --enable-use-zips --with-gnu-classpath=${CLASSPATH_CVS}/build
> > --with-classpath-install-dir=${CLASSPATH_PREFIX} >> ${LOG} 2>&1
> > 
> > I always configure classpath in a separate build directory.  Maybe it
> > doesn't like that.  I did change to configuring kissme in
> > ${top_srcdir} but that didn't help.
> > 
> > checking Kissme Classpath directory... not found
> > checking /home/cbj/mauve/classpath/build... no
> > configure: error: Cannot find the selected GNU Classpath build directory
>  (/home/cbj/mauve/classpath/build).
> The problem is that the Kissme configure script is expecting to see the
> GNU Classpath source in the build directory.  This is clearly wrong ...
> Could you tell me what arguments you are giving to GNU Classpath configure
> to get it to put the build in a different directory to the sources?  If
> I can reproduce this, I can work out how to fix the Kissme configure
> script to cope with your approach.

No problem, it can be found in the script I attached to my last email
and to this email.  See the function classpath_configure.

Brian Jones <address@hidden>

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