New Quarks: if sclang_config.yaml doesn't exist prior to install of Quark, include-path is not written #1362

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bagong opened this Issue Mar 23, 2015 · 1 comment

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bagong commented Mar 23, 2015

The subject basically describes the problem. There seems to be no Quarks-internal way to get out of that situation. So the user will have to be clever enough to do something that creates a sclang_config.yaml provided she realizes the problem. So probably the Quarks-system should check for the existance of the file and create it if necessary.

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Can't reproduce this on a Mac atm, needs further research. I've seen this, but maybe caused by other problems on other OS. Sorry, I'll close it for now...

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bagong commented Mar 24, 2015

Can't reproduce this on a Mac atm, needs further research. I've seen this, but maybe caused by other problems on other OS. Sorry, I'll close it for now...

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