Configure arguments from previous install

This wouldn’t happen to be recorded anywhere, would it (similiar to the
[gtk|cups|krb5]-config scripts)?

Thanks,
Graham

There should be a config.log file in the directory you installed RT from.
That file tells you what config args you used.

Steve

At Monday 2/27/2006 11:27 AM, Graham Dunn wrote:

This wouldn’t happen to be recorded anywhere, would it (similiar to the
[gtk|cups|krb5]-config scripts)?

Thanks,
Graham


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There should be a config.log file in the directory you installed RT from.
That file tells you what config args you used.
Steve

At Monday 2/27/2006 11:27 AM, Graham Dunn wrote:

This wouldn’t happen to be recorded anywhere, would it (similiar to the
[gtk|cups|krb5]-config scripts)?

Thanks,
Graham

There is also a script called ‘comfigure’ which keeps a database of
packages configured using autoconf and friends.
See: http://freshmeat.net/projects/comfigure/

Joop

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