Massimiliano Mirra <list / chromatic-harp.com> writes:

> On Thu, Jan 10, 2002 at 03:16:27PM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:
> > > /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/1.6/, the contents of doc/ are copied into
> > > /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/doc/<pkgname>/, the contents of test/ are
> > > copied into /usr/local/lib/site-ruby/test/<pkgname>/.
> > Can I just check: if my Ruby is installed in /tc/usr/ruby..., you'll
> > honor those directories and not try to use the 'standard' ones?
> 
> As Pit points out (thanks Pit) you have to edit rpkg/config.rb.  Right
> now config.rb contains a list of `standard' paths for i386-linux,
> others lists will be added as (or if) other platforms' users tell me
> what to add.

Could you pick up defaults from rbconfig.rb -- after all, you're
installing pure Ruby stuff, so placing it where Ruby is expecting
would help.

I personally haven't installed anything as root fora long, long
time. It would be a shame to have to go back to doing it.


Dave