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Re: install-reloc is invoked with too many arguments

Hi Sylvain,

> I received the bug report below when compiling GNU FreeDink on
> Debian/kFreeBSD and Debian/Hurd.
> It seems that there's an issue with install-reloc:
> https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=freedink&arch=kfreebsd-amd64&ver=1.08.20120427-1&stamp=1335561117
> https://buildd.debian.org/status/fetch.php?pkg=freedink&arch=hurd-i386&ver=1.08.20120427-1&stamp=1335555752
>   RELOC_LIBRARY_PATH_VAR=LD_LIBRARY_PATH RELOC_LIBRARY_PATH_VALUE= RELOC_PREFIX=/usr RELOC_DESTDIR=/build/buildd-freedink_1.08.20120427-1-kfreebsd-amd64-I0HlF8/freedink-1.08.20120427/debian/freedink-engine RELOC_COMPILE_COMMAND=gcc -g -O2 -Wall -std=c99 -I/usr/include/SDL -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 -D_REENTRANT  RELOC_SRCDIR=../gnulib/lib RELOC_BUILDDIR=../gnulib/lib RELOC_CONFIG_H_DIR=.. RELOC_EXEEXT= RELOC_STRIP_PROG=: RELOC_INSTALL_PROG=/usr/bin/install -c ../autotools/install-reloc freedink freedinkedit '/build/buildd-freedink_1.08.20120427-1-kfreebsd-amd64-I0HlF8/freedink-1.08.20120427/debian/freedink-engine/usr/games'
>   Usage: ../autotools/install-reloc library_path_var library_path_value prefix destdir compile_command srcdir builddir config_h_dir exeext strip_command install_command... destprog
> AFAICS 'install-reloc', when run with environment variables, expects
> exactly:
> - 1 executable
> - 1 destprog dir
> In this case, the relocatable-prog macros invokes install-reloc with:
> - 2 executables (freedink, freedinkedit)
> - 1 destprog dir

Indeed, when invoked with RELOC_* environment variables, 'install-reloc'
was meant to install one program only. This was how it was meant to be
invoked from Automake. But this changed in Automake on 2008-09-07, see

Can you please try this modified 'install-reloc' program instead?
Save it and do a "chmod +x install-reloc" before you can use it.
Does it help on hurd-i386 (or on kFreeBSD as well, without the other patch)?


Attachment: install-reloc
Description: application/shellscript

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