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- Subject: Re: [ANN] lua-ConciseSerialization : another pure Lua implementation of CBOR / RFC7049
- From: Sean Conner <sean@...>
- Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2016 05:50:17 -0500
It was thus said that the Great Vadim A. Misbakh-Soloviov once stated:
> > 1) What about environment variables? Would doing the following help?
> > LUA ?= lua
> > LUA_VERSION = $(shell $(LUA) -e "io.stdout:write(_VERSION:match '^Lua
> > (.*)','\n')") LIBDIR ?= $(LUA_DIR)/lib/lua/$(LUA_VERSION)
> > LUADIR ?= $(LUA_DIR)/share/lua/$(LUA_VERSION)
> > Then you could set $LUA (and $LIBDIR and $LUADIR) since that seems to be all
> > you change in the Makefile (and these are the ones LuaRocks define for use
> > in Makefiles).
> Yeah, it will help a bit (excluding missed `LUA_DIR` variable naming in
> `LIBDIR`/`LUADIR` values), so I'll be able to just place variable definitions
> to configure stage, instead of patching :)
> And, by the way, luadir/libdir definition could be "old", with lua calls
> (because it will return right paths for current lua implementation, which can
> be not in $prefix/lib/, but in $prefix/lib64 or $prefix/libx32 or even libo32/
> libn32 on some arches.
Would the following work?
prefix ?= /usr/local
libdir ?= $(prefix)/lib
datarootdir ?= $(prefix)/share
dataroot ?= $(datarootdir)
LUA ?= lua
LUA_VERSION := $(shell $(LUA) -e "io.stdout:write(_VERSION:match '^Lua (.*)','\n')")
LIBDIR ?= $(libdir)/lua/$(LUA_VERSION)
LUADIR ?= $(dataroot)/lua/$(LUA_VERSION)
It's more inline with GNU standards (the prefix/libdir/datarootdir/dataroot)
and since all the calls are with '?=' the environment variables should be
picked up correctly.
The reason for LUA_VERSION being defined as ':=' is to evaluate it once,
not each time it's referenced (which is really in the definition of LIBDIR
and LUADIR if it's not already defined).