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ax_set_default_paths_system

Synopsis

AX_SET_DEFAULT_PATHS_SYSTEM

Description

the most interesting changes go about windows-targets - where the default_prefix is set to /programs, and quite some directories are aliased: sbindir := libdir := bindir and the docprefix-defaults are also a bit different, even on FHS2-compliant systems where the mandir is going to $prefix/man only if prefix=/usr, otherwise they shall go to $datadir/man. We use an extra docprefix to express it which is either defined as being prefix or datadir. not SUBSTed here.

Source Code

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License

Copyright © 2008 Guido U. Draheim guidod@gmx.de

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