[Scribus] file format 1.3.3.x and 1.3.4
Tue Dec 5 17:23:59 CET 2006
I always use checkinstall instead of make install, and create a tgz package
(yes, I do use Slackware) which can easily be removed or upgraded...
On 12/5/06, Axel Bojer <axelb at skolelinux.no> wrote:
> Craig Bradney skrev:
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> Subject: Re: [Scribus] file format 1.3.3.x and 1.3.4
> >> From: Axel Bojer <axelb at skolelinux.no>
> >> To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
> >> Date: 05-12-2006 10:29
> >> listen at thomas-zastrow.de skrev:
> >>>> I dont know if I have understood you right, but does mean that when I
> >>>> now upgrade from 1.3.5 to 1.3.6 there is a special command for it? Or
> > do
> >>>> you simply mean replacing?
> >>>> As of now I am simply using
> >>>> ./configure && make && make install
> >>>> without removing the old version, and it seems to work fine, so i
> >>>> suppose it is. Is this the wanted method?
> >>> That's evry simple. Just change the configure-command:
> >>> ./configure --prefix=/directory/where/to/install
> >>> Then Scribus will be installed in the given directory. Removing this
> > directory
> >>> also deletes Scribus ;-)
> >> Thank you. I suppose thats not what I have, so is there also a good
> >> method of removing from the normal procedure (without no prefixes)?
> > by installing into your own directory structure, you can just "rm -rf"
> > that directory. make uninstall also works.
> Yes, I know, thank you :-)
> >>> I fear not, but anyhow I shall keep this method in mind, can be
> >> for instance for cvs-builds :-)
> > If you want to install multiple versions, just use a different prefix as
> > been mentioned
> Yes, understood :-)
> My point was just concerning what I have: A system where removing is not
> all to easy because I did not look at these methods during my first
> install, but just used the default value.
> No big problem, really, but I just wanted to ask in case I had missed
> some nice methods for my current situation :-)
> Removing a normal installed Scribus (source) is not so easy, but would
> have been if I had used another method. Now I know :-)
> Best regards
> Axel Bojer
> Scribus mailing list
> Scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the scribus