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Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2015 19:21:34 +0100
From: John Spencer <>
Subject: Re: making packages with waf

will cunningham wrote:
> Saboteurs,
> Have any of you made a package that started out as a waf package on
> sabotage?  I don't see a waf pkg, but many of the audio apps/libs are now
> using it as a default.  I'll poke at it the next couple, but any sabotage
> efforts on waf packaged apps, or desire to add waf as a method of
> installing in butch?

there are already a couple of packages that use waf:

sabotage[master]$ find pkg | xargs grep waf
pkg/xmms2:# xmms2's waf is broken: when prefix is empty, it will not 
install any dso's into /lib
pkg/xmms2:CFLAGS=-D_GNU_SOURCE ./waf configure --prefix="$butch_prefix"
pkg/xmms2:./waf build -j$MAKE_THREADS
pkg/xmms2:./waf install --destdir="$butch_install_dir"
pkg/mpv:  ./waf configure --prefix="$butch_prefix"
pkg/mpv:./waf -v build -j$MAKE_THREADS
pkg/mpv:./waf install --destdir="$butch_install_dir"
pkg/python-py2cairo:  ./waf configure --prefix="$butch_prefix"
pkg/python-py2cairo:./waf build -j$MAKE_THREADS
pkg/python-py2cairo:DESTDIR="$butch_install_dir" ./waf install

only extraordinary thing needed is to add python in []


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