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From Jérôme Renard (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (ZETACOMP-63) Target 'phpdoc' should use which 'instead' or 'whereis'
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2011 05:12:05 GMT

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Jérôme Renard updated ZETACOMP-63:
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       Assignee: Jérôme Renard
    Description: 
In the Makefile used to build the website and other docs, on line 56 the command "whereis"
is used.
Unfortunately "whereis" looks for standard paths and if you have binaries in extra ones you
have to run

sysctl -w user.cs_path=XXXX

This system variable is unfortunately not writeable on Mac OS X (I agree, this sucks).

An easy solution to this problem is to use "which" instead of "whereis".

  was:
In the Makefile used to build the website and other docs, on line 56 the comman "whereis"
is used.
Unfortunately whereis looks for standard paths and if you have binaries in extra ones you
have to run

sysctl -w user.cs_path=XXXX

This system variable is unfortunately not writeable on Mac OS X (I agree, this sucks).

An easy solution to this problem is to use "which" instead of "whereis".


> Target 'phpdoc' should use which 'instead' or 'whereis'
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ZETACOMP-63
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZETACOMP-63
>             Project: Zeta Components
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Project Website
>         Environment: Mac OS X
>            Reporter: Jérôme Renard
>            Assignee: Jérôme Renard
>            Priority: Trivial
>         Attachments: whichreplaceswhereis.diff.gz
>
>
> In the Makefile used to build the website and other docs, on line 56 the command "whereis"
is used.
> Unfortunately "whereis" looks for standard paths and if you have binaries in extra ones
you have to run
> sysctl -w user.cs_path=XXXX
> This system variable is unfortunately not writeable on Mac OS X (I agree, this sucks).
> An easy solution to this problem is to use "which" instead of "whereis".

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