allora, seamonkey e' andato
se ora vanno pure gli altri due pensavo di mandargli questa mail se a voi va bene: guardando nel topic sembra che il build out-of-tree sia stato proposto da 6C33C, se volete gli mando nome e cognome completi di entrambi, chissa' forse ci mette nel ChangeLog
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I was building seamonkey, firefox and thunderbird in their beta versions and noticed that the patches for the cache_dir issue were still needed.
Plus, some headers of seamonkey, namely Types.h, Util.h, mozalloc.h, mozalloc_macro_wrappers.h and nsThreadIDs.h got installed in /usr/include/seamonkey-2.11/ instead of /usr/include/seamonkey-2.11/mozilla/...
So I had a look around, and read a topic on slacky.eu where the user Trotto@81 (Andrea ?), was building firefox since version 13 on slackware-13.1 without the patches but in a subfolder out-of-tree and launching configure with the relative path (../configure), following the hint of another user, 6C33C (Giorgio ?)viewtopic.php?f=2&t=33305&start=345#p320529
This made me look at the official build instructions from mozilla developers, and they actually enforce out of tree builds in their instructions, specifying the absolute path to configurehttps://developer.mozilla.org/en/Config ... _an_objdir
so I tried to modify the -current slackbuilds a little to build in a obj subfolder without the patcheshttp://ponce.cc/slackware/testing/patches-mozillas/
they seem to work fine and the includes go in the old path too, they don't get relocated.