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- Subject: RE: IUP and Ubuntu
- From: "Antonio Scuri" <scuri@...>
- Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2011 15:04:46 -0300
Ok. Thanks for the feedback. I think we should provide a "remove" script
The existence of the /usr/lib64 folder made the 3.4 script to install the
files in the wrong place, so the 3.3 files were still there. Thank you for
your attention with the scripts. As I said this is the second version the
scripts are available, so they still need improvements.
> 1. The error was caused mainly because the test
> if [ -d /usr/lib64 ]; then
> is too simplistic.
I can improve that by adding the "64" only if the system was really 64
bits. Since you downloaded iup-3.4_Linux26g4_lib.tar.gz I'm assuming that
your system is 32 bits right?
> 2. The typical Unix user feels disoriented if a tarball contains
> no README or INSTALL. Some of the things the scripts say could
> usefully go in there.
Ok. I will fix that.
> 3. The scripts also reported
> ./install: line 4: tec_uname: No such file or directory
> ./install: line 68: ComputeTecUname: command not found
> ./install: line 63: Pause: command not found
> ./install_dev: line 4: tec_uname: No such file or directory
> ./install_dev: line 71: ComputeTecUname: command not found
> ./install_dev: line 66: Pause: command not found
> which did not cause them to fail, though.
This was a bug in my packaging script, that file should be there.
Thanks again. I think there will be a 3.4.1 soon.