makefile problems...please help
I am trying to port into Debian a package called ptolemy, written for
sun workstations. I am getting an error during make. I am not an
advanced linux user so any advise, even a simple one, will be
appeciated. Here are the details:
make: Entering directory `/home/ptolemy/obj.linux/tcltk/itcl2.2'
for dir in tcl7.6/unix tk4.2/unix itcl/unix itk/unix iwidgets2.2.0/unix
; do \
(cd $dir; make all) \
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `;'
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: `for dir in tcl7.6/unix tk4.2/unix itcl/unix
ets2.2.0/unix ; do (cd $dir; make all) done;'
make: *** [all] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/home/ptolemy/obj.linux/tcltk/itcl2.2'
make: *** [/home/ptolemy/obj.linux/tcltk/itcl2.2/libitcl.a] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/home/ptolemy/src/tcltk'
make: *** [tcltk_bin] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/home/ptolemy'
make: *** [install_tcltk] Error 2
The procedure I followed before the make everything comand is:
I downloaded the files pt0.7p1.src.tar.gz, pt0.7.other.src.tar.gz,
and I unziped-untared them to the appropriate directories. I also
defined the appropriate $PTOLEMY and $PTARCH variables. Then I tried
make everything from the $PTOLEMY directory (all this in a tcsh).
The package version is ptolemy 0.7, patch 1. The Debian version is
1.3.1.r6, kernel 2.0.31. Also, GNU C++ compiler gcc ver. 126.96.36.199
libg++27 ver. 188.8.131.52-8 and libc5 ver. 5.4.33-6
I have currently installed in my machine the packages tcl version 7.6
and tk version 4.2. I have read in the ptolemy installation guide that I
can use my
preinstalled tcl/tk by editing $PTOLEMY/mk/config-default.mk or creating
the proper links in $PTOLEMY/tcltk/tcl* and $PTOLEMY/tcltk/tk*
However they don't explain how you can do this.
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