On Tue, 3 Oct 2017, Artur Tarassow wrote:
Hi Ignacio, I can't confirm this here on my Ubunt machine. Works
Am 03.10.2017 um 12:56 schrieb Ignacio Diaz-Emparanza:
> This is only to report that I compiled gretl from Git today, all seemed to
> be ok but when trying to execute gretl it was reporting a "file not found"
> message with respect to /opt/gretl/share/gretl/ui/gretlmain.xml I
> investigated a little and saw that this file was really in
> /opt/gretl/share/ui then moving the "ui" folder to /opt/gretl/share/gretl
> all worked correctly.
Ah, I can confirm it here. The problem will not be apparent if you
already have an up-to-date copy of gretlmain.xml in the right place
(it hasn't changed lately). But the current Makefile puts it in the
wrong place, as Ignacio says (since early September, I think).
That's now fixed in git. Sorry for the inconvenience.
For people who've installed gretl from git in the last few weeks: I'm
afraid there will be some other litter from gretl in $prefix/share
that should be in $prefix/share/gretl; here's the full list:
(actually the last file should be in $prefix/share/appdata).
This error was fallout from modifying the Makefiles and configure
script so that you can now do the regular autotools ./configure, make
on Windows (if you have MSYS2 and MingW64), or in cross-compiling for