Makefile for Emacs extension package
kostikbel at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 11:08:49 UTC 2011
On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 10:08:41AM +1300, Sam Lin wrote:
> Happy New Year.
> I am trying to port a Emacs extension package ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics;
> [http://ess.r-project.org/]) and have been reading through the Porter's
> Handbook for the last couple weeks but still do not quite understand the
> contents, and hope I could please have some advice on editing the Makefile.
> I am managing to get my port to automatically add a few statements in .emacs
> for GNU Emacs AND in init.el for XEmacs when a user uses "make install" to
> add the port so that this mode is already loaded when the user launches GNU
> Emacs/XEmacs. To do this I think I need to put something in my Makefile...
> probably some special rules under "do-install" or "post-patch" before
> ".include <bsd.port.mk>"? If so then what do I put? If not then what should
> I do?
> I have looked at some existing emacs package e.g. deskutils/org-mode.el6 (
> but seems they do not have any options or statements in their Makefile to do
> similar task (if I understand the Makefile for the org-mode port). And
> unfortunately in the Porter's Handbook settings regarding Emacs appears yet
> to be written (page 68 as of this writing; [
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Machines are sometime multiuser.
Also, a modification of the user home directory (and any file outside
the $PREFIX) is something that shall be prohibited by our porting guide.
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