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Antonio Scuri wrote:
These are set in tec_uname. They are not hardcoded in Tecmake. If you installed Lua in a different folder, then just point the environment variable to that folder. You must run tec_uname once before using Tecmake, because it sets the TEC_UNAME variable.

I see. I thought tec_uname was run by some other program, not that I had to run it manually.

However tec_uname is useless in my case, because an executable script cannot change the environment variables of its parent shell. So I would have to "source" the script... but I can't do that because I am running bash, not csh.

Tecmake doesn't seem very platform-independent. I think I'll wait until someone else goes through this pain first :-).


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