Re: [gnome-db] datarootdir

On 27 May 2010 09:50, Alexey Zakhlestin <indeyets gmail com> wrote:
> On 27.05.2010, at 9:52, Vivien Malerba wrote:
>> On 27 May 2010 01:48, Alexey Zakhlestin <indeyets gmail com> wrote:
>>> Hi.
>>> I am trying to package libgda-4.0.x (4.0.8 currently) for macos's "homebrew" package manager.
>>> All packages in homebrew are installed into custom prefixes (so, that they do not interfer with system files in any way)
>>> the problem is, that even if I use something like "./configure --prefix=/whatever/prefix", libgda still looks for dtd files in /usr/share/libgda-4.0/dtd directory.
>> Normally Libgda takes into account the --prefix or --datadir options
>> and installs and lookup files based on this location.
> Installation works just fine. Files are installed in proper location. Problem is only with lookup
>> Could you send me Libgda's complete compilation logs so I can try to
>> figure out what th eproblem is?
> sure. see attachments.

Thanks for the attachments. I guess the problem is related to the
binary relocation feature incorporated in Libgda (which allows one to
compile and install with a prefix and the move the whole installation
to another directory as is often done on Windows and MacOSX's
bundles). Specifically I did not have much opportunity to test the
MasOSX's building and here is a patch which, I hope, corrects the

Can you test it and tell me if it's OK?



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