Dear Sir or madame
SDCC : mcs51/gbz80/z80/ds390/pic16/pic14/TININative/ds400/hc08 3.0.0 #6035 (Nov 19 2010) (Linux)
release candidate 2
Ubunutu latest version
Some of the directories when entering "sdcc --print-search-dirs --use-non-free" seems to be pointing to the wrong
direcotry (see below).
I downloaded the installation package into /home/stefan/bin/sdcc and made the the
normal steps, ./configure, make , sudo make install
Everything went well but it seems that it remembers the directory where I unpacked the installation.
Is this normal?
Should it not work like this "unpack and make anywhere" and then the "make install"
will install everything in the "system", that is under /usr, /local etc.
without remembering the "unpack directory" into count?
Which file does "sdcc ---print-search-dirs" gets the directories from (so I can change it)
Even if "sudo make install" d othe right thing it still got it wrong,
for example the following directory does not exist
The following "correct" directory does not exist as well
I assume that "make install" wrongly put in "/home/stefan" instead of "/usr/local/".
Does the "make install" got it worng ?
Where can I change the "/home/stefan" into "/usr/local"
Can I not unpack the distribution whereever I want and "make install" or must it be in "/usr/local" ?
Should there not be anything in the libpath: part of the "sdcc --print-search-dirs --use-non-free" ?
sdcc --print-search-dirs --use-non-free