On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 09:32:30PM +0000, Charles Duffy wrote: > Given as GraphicsMagick moves "import" to a subcommand ("gm import"), you > might consider using it to avoid any conflict.
Thank you for the input. I do not use GraphicsMagick (yet), and I have just tried installing skarnet tools into /usr/bin then I found the conflict as I used --prefix, now I am back to install it directly, later I will switch to slashpackage. I am using this Lisp script to simply install all tools by: install-s6.lisp skalibs-126.96.36.199.tar.gz etc. as all s6 tools are consistent, it simply works. (unless *args* (quit)) (setf files *args*) (defun remove-tar.gz (file) (substring file 0 (search ".tar.gz" file))) (dolist (file files) (let* ((command1 (format nil "tar xf ~A" file)) (command3 (format nil "cd ~A && ./configure && make && make install" (remove-tar.gz file)))) (shell command1) (shell command3))) > > The ImageMagick software has the "import" command > > that is conflicting with "import" from execlineb > > package. > > > > Jean