Quoting Arto Jantunen (2015-03-10 12:32:09) > Some developers here were requesting an update to coffeescript 1.9.1, > I went looking for a packaged version and found out that it has > already been merged in your team's git repo. I tried building this, > but it doesn't quite work as is. Attached below are two patches that > allow the package to build successfully.
Ah, wonderful! When the build failed I suspected I needed to fix something in node-underscore, and from your patches I can see that I simply made the silly error of including the wrong package. Nice! > Sadly even with these applied the package doesn't work, failing with > the following traceback: > > /usr/bin/coffee > > module.js:340 > throw err; > ^ > Error: Cannot find module '../../bin/coffee' [...] > Apparently something goes wrong with the search path when looking for > the modules, but my understanding of the node module system is > somewhat limited. I'd greatly appreciate any help with solving this. That should be easy to catch (and thanks for saving me a roundtrip!). Issue is that Nodejs modules are assumed to be installed in the home directory - system-wide path is a Debian "speciality". So any time a module walks the file system to get to other modules, we need to patch it to walk differently. - Jonas -- * Jonas Smedegaard - idealist & Internet-arkitekt * Tlf.: +45 40843136 Website: http://dr.jones.dk/ [x] quote me freely [ ] ask before reusing [ ] keep private