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Re: Help regarding custom makefile

From: Øyvind A. Holm <sunny_at_sunbase.org>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 09:03:36 +0200

On 2008-08-11 10:11:52, Kapil Aditani wrote:
> I am new to SVN and have installed it few days back only. I want to
> use custom make file which uses some PATH variables to be present in
> environment. Before this I was using cvs whose directory structure was
> directly visible. Can you suggest me how to set these environment
> variable so that my custom makefile should be able toread from svn
> repository.

If you're going to compile it on a Unixy OS, you can probably do
something like

  $ PATH=your:new:path ./configure --foo --bar
  $ PATH=your:new:path make
  $ PATH=your:new:path make install

if you're using bash(1). It's untested, but it should execute the
command with your new PATH defined. If you're compiling for MS Windows
(I see you're using MS Outlook), I'm sorry to say I haven't got the
faintest clue.


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