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- Subject: installation convention (include & libs)
- From: Jeroen Janssen <japj@...>
- Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 08:10:46 +0100
I was wondering if there is some 'installation convention' for the lua include files & libraries. The Clanlib project is
currently using lua for scripting, but the lua distribution doesn't provide a means of installing the lua include &
library files (i.e. include files could be located in /usr/local/include, /usr/local/include/lua, etc). So now somebody
in the Clanlib project copied the include files in /usr/local/include/lua, while I have put them in
/usr/local/include... so I would like to know if this could be solved in the lua distribution (this way everybody using
lua will have the lua files in the 'correct' place).
I was also wondering why lua doesn't use autoconf & automake... any ideas?
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