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abcm2ps is a command line program which converts ABC to sheet music in
PostScript or SVG format. It is an extension of abc2ps which may handle
many voices per staff.
the .info file
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The build fails when using --build-as-nobody with this error because it tries to install directly into /sw which is not the right thing to do. It seems to be ignoring the DESTDIR
make DESTDIR=/sw/build.build/root-abcm2ps-5.9.24-1 install
mkdir -p /sw/bin; \
mkdir -p /sw/share/abcm2ps; \
mkdir -p /sw/doc/abcm2ps; \
/usr/bin/install -c abcm2ps /sw/bin
mkdir: /sw/share/abcm2ps: Permission denied
mkdir: /sw/doc: Permission denied
install: /sw/bin/abcm2ps: Permission denied
make: *** [install] Error 71
And in fact, the Makefile.in does show that it doesn't know about DESTDIR:
mkdir -p $(bindir);
That should be "mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(bindir);" Similar changes will need to be done to the various install commands in Makefile.in so that $(DESTDIR) is used. Another thing: 'docdir' (near line 22 of Makefile.in) should be @prefix@/share/doc because @prefix@/doc is not an allowed directory.
Finally, if the Depends and BuildDepends fields are not used, they should not be present, rather than left blank.
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