Fri Oct 15 04:48:00 GMT 2010
On Fri, 2010-10-15 at 00:06 +0800, Steven Woody wrote:
> Thanks Yaakov! It seems that I succeeded following the README file in
> the graphviz port package. I uncompress the package into the /usr/src
> followed by doing a 'cygport graphviz-*.cygport download' and 'cygport
> graphviz-*.cygport all'.
> The process seems quite successful except after run I still don't get
> the graphviz installed. I have to launch the cygwin setup.exe and
> point it to the local directory of /usr/src and then do a installation
> for packages found there. Is this normal?
Yes, cygport only *creates* packages, it does nothing about installing
them. In order to install these packages with setup.exe, you need to
use genini to create a setup.ini, etc., as documented on the website.
> And, a little strange is, there are so many packages (*.tar.bz2) found
> in my /usr/src directory, more than those generated from graphviz
> build process as the README noted, these packages includes boots-*
> freetype-* gcc-testsuite-*. I don't why I have these packages in the
> /usr/src and I can remember that I did not touched /usr/src directory
> before. Do you have a clue?
You must have installed 'Src' packages with setup.exe.
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