[oi-dev] 1341 Upgrade cmake to the latest version - bitbucket changeset: Commit dcc62cd7b504 - Please review
Andrew M. Hettinger
AHettinger at Prominic.NET
Thu Aug 11 02:06:31 UTC 2011
It was removed because there should be nothing in there. The documentation
EXPLICITLY says that. This document also explicitly lists where additions
should go (in /opt). This is not exactly a new standard.
That said, why would you look for something in /usr/local? If we are just
going to willy-nilly be adding directories, we should just have it search
the entire filesystem, it's the only way be sure.
If there is a desire to change from Solaris standards to the Linux Standard
Base, so be it, but if we are going down that route, I'd like to see it
explicitly made clear.
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Gordon Ross <gordon.w.ross at gmail.com> wrote on 08/09/2011 09:03:03 PM:
> On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 6:11 PM, Andrew M. Hettinger
> <AHettinger at prominic.net> wrote:
> > I realized after sending that, I was unclear.
> > What I intended to say was "I would encourage the standard set by
> > filesystem(5) to be followed.
> > Sorry for any confusion.
> > Andrew Hettinger
> OK, and I think we are, by simply not installing anything there.
> But is there harm in having some tools offer to look there for
> site-specific additions? Lots of tools do that.
> I'd still like to know why that was removed from all the cmake
> configuration "lists of places it looks for things". Just curious...
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