[aur-general] Aptana and ELF Files

Nathan O ndowens.aur at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 02:51:55 EDT 2010

2010/9/2 Lukáš Jirkovský <l.jirkovsky at gmail.com>

> On 2 September 2010 00:42, Nathan O <ndowens.aur at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Currently I have adopted Aptana and updated it to a nicer PKGBUILD.
> > Namcap gives me that ELF files are outside of a valid path.
> > The way Aptana is packaged, it seems you would need to copy the source
> > directory to another directory on the system, for example
> /opt/${pkgname}.
> > Since you can't compile the program and  if you seperate the files or
> > directories, the program would not very likely run. What should I do?
> Ignore
> > it, or put the files/directories in another location besides /opt?
> >
> I didn't look at the PKGBUILD but when it's in /opt you can ignore it.
> In fact you should.
> Quotation from FHS 2.3:
> No other package files may exist outside the /opt, /var/opt, and
> /etc/opt hierarchies except for those package files that must reside
> in specific locations within the filesystem tree in order to function
> properly. For example, device lock files must be placed in /var/lock
> and devices must be located in /dev.
> However putting symlink or shellscript which will run the application
> to /usr/bin is a good idea.
Usually I will create a bash/shell script and do for example:

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