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Re: [wgiokas@WST420: Re: Correct installation path for completion files]

On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 08:23:06PM +0200, Frank Terbeck wrote:
> William Giokas wrote:
> [...]
> > I should have made this clearer: I am looking for a generic place to use
> > in a distro-agnostic Makefile, not a specfile, PKGBUILD or ebuild. Would
> > it be sane to have the default be $datadir/zsh/site-functions, and allow
> > Debian and the select few other distros use a ./configure flag to place
> > this somewhere else?
> It's hard to make it distribution-agnostic. The best way I can think of
> is to use the output of this as the destination directory:
>   zsh -fc 'print ${fpath[1]}'

If vendor-functions is something special that distributions use, then
they can specify that when they package this stuff. site-functions seems
to be the default for zsh, so it seems that it should be the default for
packages that install zsh completion.

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