When I pull 25.1 down from FTP and configure using the following (extrapolated from this run):
curl -o "/tmp/emacs-25.1.tar.xz" "https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/emacs/emacs-25.1.tar.xz" tar xf "/tmp/emacs-25.1.tar.xz" -C /tmp cd /tmp/emacs-25.1 ./configure --prefix=/Users/travis/emacs --with-ns --with-modules make sudo make install
it's actually seems to be configuring without the
--prefix. I'm basing that assumption off
- There's nothing in the prefix dir after
- There's still stuff in
So, I think to myself, 'no big deal, I'll just copy
/home/travis/emacs myself' – but that's a no-go.
Copying everything back into
/tmp/emacs-25.1 does work, but it's bordering on too hacky.
--prefix being respected? Do I misunderstand its purpose? This seems to apply across the board for macOS builds regardless of version.