Re: [Banshee-List] "make run"

Without the the additional "run" target, it can be done.  I personally
use a different location (Gentoo uses /usr and I use /usr/local for cvs
builds).  CVS configuration follows:

./ --prefix=/usr/local --host=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
--mandir=/usr/local/share/man --infodir=/usr/local/share/info
--datadir=/usr/local/share --sysconfdir=/usr/local/etc
--localstatedir=/usr/local/var/lib --disable-daap --disable-xing
--disable-helix --disable-docs --with-gstreamer-0-10 --enable-ipod
--disable-njb --disable-gtk-doc --libdir=/usr/local/lib64

However if you'd like to run banshee sans "make install", you can:

(user host:/home/user/banshee/src) # export MONO_PATH=\
> /home/user/banshee/hal-sharp/:\
> /home/user/banshee/burn-sharp/:\
> /home/user/banshee/

Then just,

(user host:/home/user/banshee/src) # mono banshee.exe


On Wed, 2006-07-26 at 01:28 -0400, Aaron Bockover wrote:
> I've been wanting to add this for a while, but it will take some build
> system restructuring. This will also allow running/building banshee from
> within monodevelop as well.
> However, none if this is going to happen until GNOME moves to subversion
> (which should have happened a _long_ time ago and keeps getting delayed
> and rescheduled). To make the restructure worth the effort and to do it
> properly, I need to move/rename lots of files, which is a major pain in
> CVS without losing history or bugging admins a lot.
> --Aaron
> On Tue, 2006-07-25 at 22:28 -0400, Matt Philmon wrote:
> > This is just a small request/suggestion on the build process so take
> > it or leave it. One thing I like about building monodevelop is the
> > inclusion of "make run" that simply (and obviously) lets you follow a
> > successful make with program execution without having to do a full
> > install. I find myself removing the Ubuntu Banshee packages and
> > ultimately reinstalling them pretty regularly to try out what's the
> > latest in CVS. I'm also very aware that I can alter the installation
> > location when I run configure (well, so take this request
> > lightly, as it only makes sense to... but I really like that ability
> > in monodevelop to run in place as a quick check, if nothing else, to
> > see what's new.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Matt
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