landonf at macports.org
Tue Mar 27 16:44:47 PDT 2007
On Mar 27, 2007, at 14:37, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> No... MacPorts just needs to write some things in /Library/Tcl/
> darwinports1.0, that's all. But I don't know why it thinks it needs
> to do that.
MacPorts uses the system-supplied Tcl interpreter, and /Library/Tcl
is the standard location for application-provided Tcl packages. This
was originally done to allow API clients that were not installed with
DarwinPorts -- such as original PortsManager -- to find the
darwinports1.0 libraries without hard-coding a prefix.
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