I am stuck with a big problem.
I tried to find in my package manager on linux Fedora 8 the installation package for tcl.
Unfortunately i did not found it.
So I downloaded the sourcefiles for tcl 8.5 from the official website, and installed tcl 8.5 manualy.
The complete install was without any error.
Now I found out that my package manager does provide a version of tcl, so I like to ununstall tcl 8.5 completely.
But: make uninstall does not work.
Please, I would be happy if someone could help me to cleanup all files installed by tcl 8.5.
How can I do this?
I am not member from this list, so please e-mail me about this problem at: wouter.wesselsATorange.nl
Thanks a lot in advance!
Have a nice day!
From: Donald G Porter <dgp@ni...> - 2008-02-05 16:58:44
> But: make uninstall does not work.
The Tcl source code distribution does not offer a mechanism
You might do another install to an empty directory using the
--prefix= option to configure. Then you will see in that
formerly empty directory all the files that Tcl installs, and
a simple script could remove all the same-named files from
your Tcl installation.
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