Installing Clearsilver


#1

Hello again!

In the wiki entry for installing Clearsilver they describe a fix that looks like this:


sed -i “s@/usr/local/bin/python@/usr/bin/env python@g” scripts/document.py
PYTHON_SITE=$HOME/{your_python} -c \ "import sys; print [path for path in sys.path if path.find('site-packages') != -1][0]"
./configure --with-python=$HOME/{your_python} --prefix=$HOME
–disable-ruby --disable-java --disable-apache --disable-csharp --disable-perl

I don’t understand it… I understand the ./configure part, but the part before that I don’t understand. How should I enter it? Should I first enter:


sed -i “s@/usr/local/bin/python@/usr/bin/env python@g” scripts/document.py

into the terminal and then:


PYTHON_SITE=$HOME/{your_python} -c \ "import sys; print [path for path in sys.path if path.find('site-packages') != -1][0]"

And then the configure part?

Thanks in advance!

Martin Lundberg
Student, Sweden


#2

Argh!

I give up. Installing Trac was to much problem, I’m going to install Bugzilla instead! =) Wish my luck!

Martin Lundberg
Student, Sweden


#3

Looking at the wiki I think you are right. Those lines are run from the command line to fix the makefiles.
Did you get anywhere with clearsilver?


Norm


#4

No I got an error when doing “make install”. I’m going to use bugzilla instead.

If anyone who uses bugzilla/trac/subversion wants to talk over a instant messeging, please give me your id, asking questions over the forums takes so much time.

Martin Lundberg
Student, Sweden


#5

If someone know how or is going to and will learn how to install Clearsilver (or Trac for that sake) please contact me because I really would like to get Trac installed, I just know I can’t by myself.

Martin Lundberg
Student, Sweden