configure/make/install options for compiling applications from
source into /opt/local?
wolfgang.keller.nospam at gmx.de
Thu Sep 21 10:53:30 PDT 2006
On Thu, 21 Sep 2006 17:40:45 +0200, Frank McPherson wrote
(in message <96800123-C71D-4C2B-A64E-6B9332AB2F96 at janusresearch.com>):
> Then I would modify the existing portfile to add the option you want:
> 'sudo port edit gnumeric'. Change configure.args to remove the '--
> without-python' tag.
> Build and install your slightly modified gnumeric port via 'sudo port
> install gnumeric'.
> If you get this working
Doesn't throw any errors, but doesn't install Python either.
No python-loader directory in /opt/local/lib/gnumeric/1.6.3/plugins, no
Python console in the Tools menu, and trying a py_<whatever> function in a
sheet raises an error.
It does seem to install some other plugins however, which weren't installed
with the "standard" portfile. Strange. Although the only option I removed was
the Python support option.
This is apparently just utterly broken.
Like _lots_ of ports I've tried, unfortunately.
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