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Re: [O] patch org-mode Makefile - solve a couple debian build problems a

From: Jude DaShiell
Subject: Re: [O] patch org-mode Makefile - solve a couple debian build problems and a slackware build problem
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2011 04:13:48 -0400 (EDT)

I just ran make update && make all && sudo make install && sudo make 
install-info-debian and updated org-mode to 7.6.  I put two mods into the 
org-mode default Make file.  The prefix I changed to /usr and the change 
suggested on install-info-debian target changing out $(infodir) with 
ginstall-info I think on line 227 and won't know if this patch will work 
since the message nothing to be done for install-info-debian came back.  
A command of info org tells me the documentation is current for org 7.50.  
When either documentation gets updated or version of documentation gets 
updated (may be enough to install new documentation just doing that) I'll 
be able to do some testing.  I need to read up on patch before trying to 
extract patches from messages and applying them locally so I do it 
right.On Sun, 10 Jul 2011, Achim Gratz wrote:

> Hi Jude, 
> Jude DaShiell <address@hidden> writes:
> > If a make is done on debian squeeze with default org-mode install-info 
> > which is debian's version of install-info complains that it's not gnu 
> > info and tells you to use ginstall-info when a make install-info-debian 
> > or make install-info is tried and neither one of those switches for make 
> > upgrades the info documentation.
> If it tells you that it is GNU info, then you've actually called
> /usr/bin/install-info and it should ? aside from this message ? work:
> what did you set $infodir to?  Does this directory exist and have the
> new info files been copied into it (there may be old files still there,
> so please check the date)?
> Anyway, from the man pages it looks like this patch should remove the
> incompatibility between dpkg install-info and GNU install-info on Debian
> and not change anything for others.

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