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Re: [Sc-devel] scons issue for 3.2



On Feb 1, 2008 8:07 PM, John Glover <glover.john@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I think Marije is saying that it fails when uninstalling if you do not
> have the dependencies, which certainly makes no sense.
>
> Eg: uninstall libsndfile. Now run scons -c install, and it will fail.
> It should not matter if libsndfile is there or not to uninstall.
>
> I'm looking into this, thankfully scons is python so it shouldn't be
> too much of a big deal I hope.

That would be great,
thanks!

sincerely,
Marije

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> John
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> On 01/02/2008, andersvi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <andersvi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > >>>>> "n" == nescivi  <nescivi@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> >
> >     n> The main issue with the Sconstruct is that the uninstall option does
> >     n> not work correctly, i.e. when you do scons -c it will fail, as it
> >     n> starts looking for the dependencies, which it should not be doing at
> >     n> that point.
> >
> > Both 'scons -c .' and 'scons -c install' work just fine here.  Are the
> > failings specified anywhere?
> >
> >     n> The same thing happens when you try not to build the package, but want
> >     n> to build the debian package.
> >
> > Perhaps this is related to some debian-packaging thing?
> >
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