[fpc-devel] One fpc.cfg per fpc version
florian at freepascal.org
Sun Feb 16 19:52:18 CET 2014
Am 16.02.2014 19:46, schrieb Marco van de Voort:
> In our previous episode, Mattias Gaertner said:
>>> I played with this in 1.9.2 times iirc.
>>> IIRC the principle was developed for cases where every version installed
>>> into a prefix with make INSTALL INSTALL_PREFIX=~/somethingversion. (so that
>>> you also had multiple bin directories and everything was fully separated).
>> Yes, for example make install INSTALL_PREFIX=~/2.6.2 installs to
>> Which looks odd.
> For that it does. If you however install FPC in /usr/local (like the ports
> dir) it make sense. Binaries end up in $PREFIX/bin, config in $PREFIX/etc
> and rest in $PREFIX/lib. relative to the bin, etc is at ../etc.
> (and *BSDs have etc dirs in other prefixes too, distributing the config
> files, /etc mostly contained config files from the base distro)
> I don't think it was ever meant for distribution conforming installs, since
> they don't carter for multiversion systems.
You can also have easily different gcc versions at least on linux.
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