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Re: Problems with/questions about GNUstep-Startup 0.18.1

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Re: Problems with/questions about GNUstep-Startup 0.18.1
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 08:46:57 -0600

On Jun 18, 2007, at 1:42 PM, James Mahoney wrote:

1. This is minor, but the install script gives warnings W102 and W109
telling me my make version is not recent enough [W102] and that make
will not pass along the LD_LIBRARY_PATH and I should be root to install
[W109].  At line 32 in 00-config-output.log I get this:

        checking make version >
        3.75... /home/james/Desktop/gnustep-startup-0.18.1/configure:
        line 3762: --version: command not found

That is a bug. Thanks.

        checking broken make... broken


As for the W109 which tells me to use sudo or to be root, I have run the InstallGNUstep script both with sudo and as root, and still get the W109
warning.  Is this warning related to W102, given that "make --version"
is not being run by the script that is checking the versions and
functionality of everything?

No, it's not related to W102, and you would get W109 regardless of if you are running as root or not. make is still broken on your system, even when running as root. This just is a reminder that you would still need to run as root.

2. The InstallGNUstep script will ignore these problems with make and
proceeds to tell me that I am ready to install GNUstep etc.  It prints
this list:

        This package installs these versions of the GNUstep libraries:
          GNUstep Make: 2.0.1
          GNUstep Base: 1.14.0
          GNUstep Gui: 0.12.0
I am wondering why GNUstep Back is not included in this list. It seems
fruitless to go through with the installation if GNUstep Back will be
entirely missing.  I am attaching the log files from the build

Back is not printed, but it is installed. It's essentially part of GNUstep GUI - it's the same version at least.

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