[Digikam-users] compiling in home directory
sami_cokar at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 15 04:58:22 GMT 2006
>From: Fabien <fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com>
>Reply-To: digiKam - Digital Photo Management for the masses
><digikam-users at kde.org>
>To: digikam-users at kde.org
>Subject: Re: [Digikam-users] digikam 0.9.0-rc2 initial feedback
>Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 18:46:40 +0100
>Sami Cokar wrote:
> > I tried another test today compiling and installing into my homedir and
> > seems the "read" command does not actually wait for input in my
> > (ubuntu feisty):
> > A)
> > started via:
> > ./compile_digikam.sh
> > B)
> > scokar at goalmole:~/documents/digikam$ diff compile_digikam.txt
> > compile_digikam.sh
> > 3c3
> > < export DIGIKAMDEST=/home/fabien/myopt/
> > ---
> >>export DIGIKAMDEST=/home/scokar/documents/digikam/
> > C)
> > make: Leaving directory `/home/scokar/documents/digikam/libs'
> > echo "OK to make install ?? press any key"
> > + echo OK to make install ?? press any key
> > OK to make install ?? press any key
> > read
> > + read
> > read: 1: arg count
>Hmm, I already noticed this behavior on ubuntu 6.10. It seems there's a
>timeout that doesn't exist with previous version. In my case, if I don't
>press a key within n minutes, it breaks...
>Is it the same for you ?
>I didn't find where they defined this default value. It should be
>possible to override it by using TMOUT :
>If set to a value greater than zero, TMOUT is treated as the
> default timeout for the read builtin. The select command
>terminates if input does not arrive after TMOUT seconds when input is
>coming from a terminal. In an interactive shell, the value is
>interpreted as the number of seconds to wait for input after issuing
> the primary prompt. Bash terminates after waiting for that number of
>seconds if input does not arrive.
>But, I didn't try it.
Ubuntu feisty (and maybe 6.10) has /bin/sh linked to /bin/dash which causes
the scripts from the svn site to behave as follows:
pull src from svn, configure, compile, NOT pause at the "read" command
and NOT perform a 'make install'
If in the compile scripts I change the first line to:
then the "read" command will wait for input but ALWAYS install on keypress.
if you want a "yes/no" option, please try the following:
export KDEDIRS=$DIGIKAMDEST:/usr ; export
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$DIGIKAMDEST/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH ; export
echo "Get, compile and install exiv2"
svn co svn://dev.robotbattle.com/exiv2/trunk exiv2-svn
make -j 4
read -p "OK to make install? Y or y " answer
if [ "$answer" = "y" ] || [ "$answer" = "Y" ]
echo "Finished compiling exiv2"
This does not have a default behavior for a timeout so that if you leave
your script running and go to sleep, it will wait until you answer the
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