|From:||Guillaume J. Charmes|
|Subject:||bug#21050: OSX install bug|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Jul 2015 12:40:33 -0600|
"Guillaume J. Charmes" wrote:
> When trying to install master from osx homebrew, it fails.
> It appears that the issue comes from emacs:
>> make install isn't installing to the prefix passed to configure.
> To reproduce:
> `brew install emacs --HEAD --with-ctags`.
(As always, it would be lovely to get a self-contained bug report that
describes what the problem is rather than referring to external sites.)
Anyway, a default build on OS X is now a self-contained Cocoa app.
'make install' assembles the app in nextstep/Emacs.app.
Copy that wherever you like. --prefix is ignored.
If you prefer the old default X11 build, which treats --prefix in the
standard way, configure --without-ns.
This is all explained in NEWS and nextstep/INSTALL, AFAICS.
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