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Installing Programs with install.rb / setup.rb
==============================================
Overview
--------
Type these lines on command line:
("#" line may require root privilege)
$ ruby install.rb config
$ ruby install.rb setup
# ruby install.rb install
There's no difference in a usage between install.rb
and setup.rb.
$ ruby setup.rb config
$ ruby setup.rb setup
# ruby setup.rb install
Details
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Usage of install.rb/setup.rb is:
ruby install.rb <global options>
ruby install.rb [<global options>] <task> [<task options>]
-q,--quiet
suppress message outputs
--verbose
output messages verbosely (default)
-h,--help
prints help and quit
-v,--version
prints version and quit
--copyright
prints copyright and quit
These are acceptable tasks:
config
saves configurations
show
prints current configurations
setup
compiles extentions
install
installs files
clean
cleans created files
Task Options for Config
-----------------------
--prefix=PATH
a prefix of the installing directory path
--std-ruby=PATH
the directory for standard ruby libraries
--site-ruby-common=PATH
the directory for version-independent non-standard
ruby libraries
--site-ruby=PATH
the directory for non-standard ruby libraries
--bin-dir=PATH
the directory for commands
--rb-dir=PATH
the directory for ruby scripts
--so-dir=PATH
the directory for ruby extentions
--data-dir=PATH
the directory for shared data
--ruby-path=PATH
path to set to #! line
--ruby-prog=PATH
the ruby program using for installation
--make-prog=NAME
the make program to compile ruby extentions
--without-ext
forces to install.rb never to compile/install
ruby extentions.
--rbconfig=PATH
your rbconfig.rb to load
You can view default values of these options by typing
$ ruby install.rb --help
In addition, setup.rb accepts these options:
--with=NAME,NAME,NAME...
package names which you want to install
--without=NAME,NAME,NAME...
package names which you do not want to install
[NOTE] You can pass options for extconf.rb like this:
ruby install.rb config -- --with-tklib=/usr/lib/libtk-ja.so.8.0
Task Options for Install
------------------------
--no-harm
prints what to do and done nothing really.
--prefix=PATH
a prefix of the installing directory path.
This option may help binary package maintainers.
A default value is an empty string.