Subject: Re: [htdig] CONFIG file in 3.2.0b?
From: David Robley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 24 2000 - 15:55:09 PST
On 24 Feb, Brian Lavender wrote:
> Ok, I see. I was taking a look at 3.1.4 and I noticed that configure
> does have options where you can see certain installation directories,
> but not all of them. If I understand correctly, you have to edit some
> of these configurations by editing the CONFIG file. Then you do your
> In 3.2.0b1 you can specify all your options with
> ./configure --prefix=/usr \
> --exec-prefix=/usr/bin \
> Is there a way you can save this configuration so if you go to build it again,
> you can just use a text file that you saved away earlier? I imagine this
> is an autoconf question, but is there a way?
Just save the whole configure command in a file, and make it executable.
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