Question #624246 on Yade changed:
Jan Stránský posted a new comment:
by "native" I mean the version installed by 'sudo apt-get isntall yade'
you don't need to do anything more
the native version provides command 'yade' , which (on Ubuntu 16.04) outputs:
Welcome to Yade 1.20.0
after your installation from source (and export PATH in bashrc or alias as
below), you shuold have 'yade-2017.01a' command, which outputs:
Welcome to Yade 2017.01a
These commands should work as they are (just typing yade + Enter or
yade-2017.01a + Enter, without need to 'cd something' or './yade...'
Concerning the solution by Huihuang Xia, actually it is equally good as
I think about it once again, just instead of 'alias yade=...' you write
'alias yade-2017.01a=...' to distinguish different versions
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