Marcus Crestani writes:
> In pkg-def.scm make is called with the variable DESTDIR set to one forward
> slash "/". This causes the additional slash in the mkdir call in c/Makefile:
> $(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(libsysdir).
> In pkg-def.scm the call (get-option-value 'dest-dir) is used to set the
> variable (see l. 20).
> After removing (get-option-value 'dest-dir) I was able to install scx. Then
> load.scm got generated, there was no heap overflow!
So is this an scx bug? or something more general affecting packages on cygwin?
> BTW: To run scx, you'll need heap-images, which is part of sunterlib-0.6.
Is there anyway for the scx package to tell its dependencies to the
installer so that the installer can validate the rqeuirements?