[M3devel] helo everyone - videotutorials for modula3
felipevaldez at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 22:25:37 CEST 2011
just as an exercise, if you find the time try this:
download this file:
in a virtual-box hosted recent ubuntu distro, or in a ubuntu that doesn't
have cm3 or postrges, and see if you get the same messages.
I have a "vanilla" distro, but perhaps something is broken in my particular
machine, that doesn't always happen in everyone-else's.
if you can confirm via this experiment, that the results are replicable,
then perhaps we'll have something to show for.
otherwise, I assume it is just my machine.
however, after a little search, this comes out:
"There's no reliable way to detect a PostgreSQL install on UNIX/Linux/BSD
doesn't that suck !
and it is not even modula3's fault!
2011/6/15 Jay K <jay.krell at cornell.edu>
> I think the .deb file should install ok no matter what is installed --
> even if some of what it installs won't work.
> It is only for rebuilding stuff from source that you might need e.g.
> postgres and where
> editing the config file should help, and where the m3makefile should query
> what the config file did.
> Something seems off here.
> - Jay
> > Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 22:08:55 +0200
> > From: lemming at henning-thielemann.de
> > To: felipevaldez at gmail.com
> > CC: m3devel at elegosoft.com
> > Subject: Re: [M3devel] helo everyone - videotutorials for modula3
> > On 15.06.2011 21:49, felipe valdez wrote:
> > > I can just learn more bash and do it myself, but it sounds like a nice
> > > addition to the .deb
> > Is this installation query part of the .deb-package?
> > I think Debian is a distribution with defined places for libraries like
> > postgres. They can be hard-coded into cm3.config, since if postgres is
> > installed, it will be in that defined location. And if not installed,
> > the linker option for the postgres path will not hurt.
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