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Default to doing a non-relocatable build

Non relocatability is the more common case with less caveats.
Remove the --no-relocatable config, add --relocatable instead.
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patzim committed May 31, 2019
1 parent 7fc38d5 commit 65ed8249ef94f17dc8e8846b76cdaefa46757431
Showing with 6 additions and 6 deletions.
  1. +6 −6 Configure.pl
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ BEGIN
$cfg->options, 'help!',
'prefix=s', 'libdir=s',
'sysroot=s', 'sdkroot=s',
'no-relocatable', 'backends=s',
'relocatable', 'backends=s',
'no-clean', 'with-nqp=s',
'gen-nqp:s', 'gen-moar:s',
'moar-option=s@', 'git-protocol=s',
@@ -146,11 +146,11 @@ sub print_help {
--prefix=<path> Install files in dir; also look for executables there
--libdir=<path> Install architecture-specific files in dir; Perl6 modules
included
--no-relocatable
Create a perl6 with a fixed NQP and Perl6 home dir
instead of dynamically identifying it (On AIX MoarVM is
always built non-relocatable, since AIX misses
a necessary mechanism.)
--relocatable
Dynamically locate NQP and Perl6 home dirs instead of
statically compiling them in. (On AIX and OpenBSD Rakudo
is always built non-relocatable, since both OSes miss a
necessary mechanism.)
--sdkroot=<path> When given, use for searching build tools here, e.g.
nqp, java, node etc.
--sysroot=<path> When given, use for searching runtime components here

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