Newly cloned sac2c does not like extant ~/.sac2crc folder
I ran into this while trying to build a newly cloned sac2c on my system. I don't particularly want to blow away the other sac2crc stuff...
Regardless of that, the error message is clearly wrong. What's the best way to handle this?
This is my commit after:
commit 9e509b33cd5f24726a0a5a4c78d329044c6a2649 (origin/develop, origin/HEAD, NoSerialize)
~/sac2c.Mainbranch/sac2c/build_r$ sudo make install [sudo] password for sac: [ 0%] Checking git repo version [ 0%] Built target check_repo_version [ 1%] Built target sac2c [ 1%] Built target cse [ 1%] Built target echo [ 1%] Built target sac2tex [ 2%] Built target csd [ 2%] Built target cb [ 2%] Copying over sac2crc file to user's .sac2crc directory CMake Error at /home/sac/sac2c.Mainbranch/sac2c/cmake/place-sac2crc-prelude-file.cmake:30 (MESSAGE): No ~/.sac2crc directory found, please create it. If you have a `.sac2crc' file, please move this to the ~/.sac2crc directory and rename it `sac2crc.config'. make: *** [CMakeFiles/copy-sac2crc-prelude-file.dir/build.make:71: CMakeFiles/copy-sac2crc-prelude-file] Error 1 make: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:554: CMakeFiles/copy-sac2crc-prelude-file.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [Makefile:166: all] Error 2 sac@boa:~/sac2c.Mainbranch/sac2c/build_r$ git status . On branch develop Your branch is ahead of 'origin/develop' by 1 commit. (use "git push" to publish your local commits) nothing to commit, working tree clean