From: James Edward G. II email@example.com
Subject: Re: Ruby/Tk and MacOS X framework
Date: Thu, 1 Dec 2005 23:00:36 +0900
“/Network/Library/Frameworks”, # <=== the new path
Hmm, I wasn’t aware of this alias until you pointed it out. I’ll let
someone with more knowledge of its purpose answer that.
I found it in ‘configure’ script of Tcl/Tk Extension.
If the path is standard and important, it’ll have to be added.
So, I asked about it.
I think that I should not add “~/Library/Frameworks”.
Is the judgement right?
Well, it is a legal place to install. The OS itself would check it…
By default, I think, ‘configure’ should search general pathes
except pathes under the home of a certain user.
Because, if depends on a certain user’s home, the compiled binary
may not work for other users.
Don’t you think so?