emer at emer.net
Mon Jul 8 17:22:29 PDT 2013
I think that's what we're getting at. I may have been imprecise in how I
described it. I think we should have sone method to download and build some
of the tools we need and set them aside.
On Monday, July 8, 2013, Clemens Lang wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 08, 2013 at 07:19:38PM -0400, Mark Anderson wrote:
> > I kind of like the idea Ryan was talking about where we build using a
> > portfile or something, and then squirrel the files away someplace away
> > from the main install.
> So we have to create a script that will relocate an installed Tcl 8.6
> port into a new directory (e.g. /opt/local/lib/macports/Tcl)? Which
> variants of the tcl port that we currently have will work for this? What
> happens if a user installs a different variant? How do we solve the
> bootstrapping problem for users who want to build from source? Should we
> use a framework build of Tcl or not? How do we handle changes in the Tcl
> port? Re-run this step on every selfupdate?
> I think it might be easier to write a script that will download and
> install a proper Tcl version completely separate from MacPorts and call
> ./configure --with-tcl.
> Clemens Lang
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