source: trunk/base/standard_configure.sh @ 143448

Last change on this file since 143448 was 117520, checked in by jmr@…, 5 years ago

revert most of r117518, ability to set a custom PATH is important for custom builds, especially on other platforms
provide a shell script that demonstrates how to run configure for a standard build

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1#!/bin/sh
2
3# This is how we run configure when building binary packages (more or less,
4# minus architecture selection). If you don't want a custom build, this
5# is probably how you should run it too.
6env PATH=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin CFLAGS="-pipe -Os" ./configure --enable-readline
7
8# If you want to use a different prefix, add this to the above:
9# --prefix=/some/path --with-applications-dir=/some/path/Applications
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