> Sorry, this fix isn't right.
> 1. You can't depend on the relative path to the Zorba source directory,
> because Zorba could be built with ZORBA_MODULES_DIR pointing anywhere.
> 2. You also can't depend on the build directory being a direct subdirectory of
> the source directory.
> 3. Finally, you can't depend on Zorba even being part of this build, because
> it is possible to build a non-core module against a Zorba binary installation.
> So, there may not be any Zorba source directory, and the "xqdoc" target may
> not exist.
> I think trying to move this command out of the trunk isn't a good idea.
What is the best solution to check if an external module (Graphviz in this
case) is build from within Zorba?
Thanks for the help.
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