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From: m h <sesquile@×××××.com>
To: gentoo-osx@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-osx] [PREFIX] Ready to go on Ubuntu...
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 19:38:15
Message-Id: e36b84ee0604101238n683811bj1943998bf37ca290@mail.gmail.com
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-osx] [PREFIX] Ready to go on Ubuntu... by Grobian
On 4/10/06, Grobian <grobian@g.o> wrote:
> On 10-04-2006 20:25:24 +0000, m h wrote: > > On 4/8/06, grobian@g.o <grobian@g.o> wrote: > > > On 07-04-2006 18:54:44 -0700, m h wrote: > > > > Complaint that "emake" wasn't found, which is found in > > > > usr/portage/bin. I added ${PREFIX}/usr/portage/bin to DEFAULT_PATH in > > > > make.globals and continued. Not sure if this is a regression (could > > > > be user error). > > > > > > I've had this too. Setting DEFAULT_PATH means you override it, not > > > append to it. Copy the path from make.globals and add the paths to that > > > line to get what you expect. > > > > > > > Just clarifying here. You mean hardcode the path to emake int the > > ebuild which calls it? > > No, if you set DEFAULT_PATH in your make.conf, make sure you start by > modifying what is in make.globals. The one in make.globals is like the > default setting, and if you set it, you lose the defaults. (like then > you do "export PATH=$HOME/bin" in bash for instance). > >
I've only been editing the make.globals one.... are you suggesting I edit it in make.conf now? -- gentoo-osx@g.o mailing list