My apologies, I didn't read the last post before sending this.  Next
time I'll read all the posts before saying anything.

On 6/30/05, michael chang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 6/28/05, Manish Singh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > It violates the principle that stuff in /usr should only be controlled
> > by the package manager.
> Explain to me how this makes sense if by default, my builds go to
> /usr/local/... ?  That *IS* in /usr, last I checked, and this is the
> default build prefix for 99% of applications AFAIK.  Unless /usr/local
> isn't in /usr.
> > If you'd used a pygtk package for your system instead of building your
> > own (assuming one exists), the .pc file would indeed be in /usr.
> If not, shouldn't it be in /usr/local?
> --
> ~Mike

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