Re: Re:

Dan Ramaley (daniel.ramaley@DRAKE.EDU)
Thu, 25 Jul 2002 14:55:57 -0500 (CDT)


> As I said, separating commands with semicolons does not stop them from running
> in sequence no matter what.  As SB said, separating with && (logical and) will
> stop the entire command chain when one process does not exit cleanly.  This is
> a feature of your shell, not AfterStep's Makefile.  IIRC AfterStep builds all
> of its modules and libraries as separate make targets, which means that just
> because 'gcc ... -o afterstep ..." fails does not mean that the rest of the
> targets will not be built.  However, it does interest me that 'make all' did
> not fail, so I'll bring it up next time I talk to sasha or someone.  :)

Actually, when i install it, i don't do "./configure ; make ; make
install" with semi-colons, but i do:
  ./configure
  make
  make install
and visually inspect the last screen or so of output to see if there was
an error before i run the next command.

> Thanks again for your patience, and again I apologize that you did not find
> assistance sooner.  Good luck. :)

Thank you for your responses and politeness. I'm going out of town this
weekend, but as i said in a previous message, next week i'll try again
to get AfterStep running.

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Dan Ramaley
Digital Media Library Specialist
(515) 271-1934
Cowles Library 140, Drake University

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