1. 28 Nov, 2009 2 commits
    • Bruno Tarquini's avatar
      autotools: remove confusing variables ${datadir} and DATADIR. · fe8bd2b0
      Bruno Tarquini authored
      Those variables were confusing because autoconf usually defines DATADIR to
      PREFIX/share and gajim uses both defs.datadir=PREFIX/share/gajim and
      gajim.DATA_DIR=PREFIX/share/gajim/data.
      
      Now, autoconf will use PKGDATADIR for setting the (renamed) defs.basedir
      variable which will be used to set gajimpaths['DATA_DIR'] and
      gajimpaths['ICONS_DIR'] in configpaths.py
      
      Gajim will also looks for the ${GAJIM_BASEDIR} environment variable instead of
      ${datadir} which was really too generic (no namespace).
      fe8bd2b0
    • Bruno Tarquini's avatar
      autotools: add a new autoconf variable: ${gajim_srcdir}. · 6123687d
      Bruno Tarquini authored
      It expanded version is GAJIM_SRCDIR.
      
      It indicate where pyfiles will be installed (for now: PREFIX/share/gajim/src).
      
      simplify src/Makefile.am by using nobase_ and dist_ prefix.
      nobase_ allows hiearchical installation instead of flat directory
      installation.
      6123687d
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