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Re: GNU IceCat and use with the alternate profile option

From: inconnu
Subject: Re: GNU IceCat and use with the alternate profile option
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2007 21:55:20 +0000
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I'm puzzled that the icecat script resulting from your compile still shows "run-mozilla.sh" instead of "run-icecat.sh" since I compiled from source, applying a modification of my earlier hack script, and got a fully functioning icecat script, pointing to run-icecat.sh. Did you do the replacement for "run-mozilla.sh" in the source code before compiling your latest test build:
for i in `grep -irl run-icecat.sh ./*`; do
sed -i 's/run-icecat.sh/run-icecat.sh/g' $i;done

On 2007-12-04 00:44, address@hidden wrote:
On 12/3/07, Giuseppe Scrivano <address@hidden> wrote:
In the packages I uploaded the `icecat' script you sent me
some days ago is included.  I don't think there is still need of it
after the patch to the C++ code or am I missing some advantages of
having it?

I did a confirmation test compile with the latest code and the
resulting icecat script does need the changes to the icecat script after
compiling but it can be used unmodified if we create a symbolic link
with "ln -s run-icecat.sh run-mozilla.sh" instead.  This would
eliminate the need to
modify the icecat script directly.  This minor point could be added to the
README.ICECAT file build or install notes.


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