[CM] Re: Re: Re: Building snd from source

Meino Christian Cramer Meino.Cramer@gmx.de
Fri, 04 Jun 2004 06:58:25 +0200 (CEST)

From: Kjetil Svalastog Matheussen <k.s.matheussen@notam02.no>
Subject: [CM] Re: Re: Re: Building snd from source
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 12:59:27 +0200 (CEST)

Hi Kjetil,

 (sorry for the late answer...I had a problem with my mail
 program...it suddenly began to "eat" mails...)

 Your question could be answered with clear and understandable "YESNO".
 Everything ok ? ;)))))

 only kidding...

 I wrote a script, which builds snd and do other things while trying
 not to touch the original cvs tree.

 The actions done by this script are as follows:

 copy the whole cvs-tree to /tmp/.
 cd into the cvs-tree
 configure snd there
 make and make install
 while still being in the cvs-tree under /tmp/. issueing the following
   cp *.scm *.rb *.html *.png /usr/share/doc/snd-7/.
   cp -a tutorial dlp /usr/share/doc/snd-7/.
   cp *.scm *.rb /usr/snd/snd-7/.
   cp -a dlp /usr/snd/snd-7/.
   rm -rf /usr/snd/snd-7/dlp/CVS
   rm -rf /usr/snd/snd-7/tutorial/CVS
   rm -rf /usr/share/doc/snd-7/dlp/CVS
   rm -rf /usr/share/doc/snd-7/tutorial/CVS
   chown root.root /usr/share/doc/snd-7/.
   chown root.root /usr/snd/snd-7/.

 The script also do some administrative tasks such as makeing diffs for
 reconstructing older cvs-trees, inform me if anything has changed, and
 check for changes of the snd-binary.
 Kind regards and keep snd'ing ;)

> Meino Christian Cramer:
> >    in the listener and got:
> >          1: 0* [("/usr/share/guile/1.6/srfi" "/usr/snd/snd-7" "/usr/snd/snd-7/dlp" ...)]
> >
> Is your CVS-tree placed in /usr/snd/snd-7 ?
> If not, add a
> (set! %load-path (cons "/path/to/my/cvs-tree/" %load-path))
> line to your $HOME/.snd file.
> That should solve the problem.
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