what is QMAKESPEC?

Rainer Peter Feller rainer at maren.desy.de
Fri Jul 2 00:25:50 PDT 2004

On Thu, 1 Jul 2004, dienadel wrote:

> Hello Rainer,
> Would you mind to explain the following comands, that you use to build
> qcad?:
> Thanks

No, I wouldn't (mind (-; )
explanation follows after commandline

> .
> .
> .
> .(now, you have qcad built)

> > p_post dynamic-$P_ARCH &&
this is to gather info about changed files (packagemanagement)
by collecting filesystem info and comparing it with previous,
then store it ah and store the info about the changed/created files also
then tar them (the new files) together and remove them
the info and tar-archive goin to /Q/$PACKAGE/dir-dynamic-$P_ARCH$P_TIME
and /Q/$PACKAGE/dynamic-$P_ARCH$P_TIME.tar.bz2

> > p_install dynamic-$P_ARCH
for installing the files with new base directory:

> >
> > export PACKAGE=partlibrary-
package name of package to build
the partlibrary is well a partlibrary :-)
electronic devices, furniture, an many other things to use with qcad

> > p_pre dynamic-$P_ARCH &&
collect filesystem info and store it (if not already hapened by last
making build directory: /Q/$PACKAGE/src
untaring source and cd to $PACKAGE

> > mkdir -p /usr/share/qcad/partlibrary &&
creating the directory where the partlibrary will be stored

> > cp -rf * /usr/share/qcad/partlibrary &&
copying them to their destination

> > p_post dynamic-$P_ARCH &&
same procedure as above

> > p_install dynamic-$P_ARCH
same procedure as above

enough details? or do you want more? if yes you might have a look at
or ask again

CUH Rainer Peter Feller

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