Diffstat (limited to 'INSTALL')
1 files changed, 18 insertions, 6 deletions
@@ -220,11 +220,12 @@ turn off both installation of functions and the setting of a default value
You can control the functions which get installed by setting
-FUNCTIONS_INSTALL, either when running configure or when running `make
-install' or `make install.fns'. It includes a list of files relative to
-either the Completion or Functions subdirectories. By default, all the
-functions for the Completion system will be installed (see the zshcompsys
-manual page), i.e.
+FUNCTIONS_INSTALL, either when running configure (e.g.
+`FUNCTIONS_INSTALL="..." configure ...') or when running `make install' or
+`make install.fns'. It includes a list of files relative to either the
+Completion or Functions subdirectories. By default, all the functions for
+the Completion system will be installed (see the zshcompsys manual page),
FUNCTIONS_INSTALL='Core/* Base/* Builtins/* User/* Commands/*'
and if the --enable-dynamic option was given, the functions in
Functions/Zftp, which require the zftp module to be available (see the
@@ -233,6 +234,11 @@ miscellaneous functions with documentation in comments; the complete set
of functions can be installed with
FUNCTIONS_INSTALL='Core/* Base/* Builtins/* User/* Commands/* Misc/* Zftp/*'
+You can also set --enable-function-subdirs to allow shell
+functions to be installed into subdirectories of the function directory,
+i.e. `Core/*' files will be installed into `FNDIR/Core', and so on.
+This also initialises $fpath/$FPATH appropriately.
Support for large files and integers
@@ -257,6 +263,11 @@ type; it does not require that support for large files is actually
enabled. Hence you might consider using --enable-lfs on any 32-bit system
with a suitable compiler such as gcc.
+Also note that if `configure' finds out that either of the types off_t or
+ino_t are 64-bit quantities, but that long integers are only 32 bits, all
+the above will be enabled automatically. This is necessary to ensure
+correct handling of these types.
None of this is relevant for 64-bit systems; zsh should compile and run
without problems if (sizeof(long) == 8).
@@ -300,6 +311,7 @@ Features:
zlogin=pathname # the full pathname of the global zlogin script
zprofile=pathname # the full pathname of the global zprofile script
zlogout=pathname # the full pathname of the global zlogout script
- fns=directory # the directory where shell functions will go
+ fndir=directory # the directory where shell functions will go
+ function-subdirs # if functions will be installed into subdirectories
dynamic # allow dynamically loaded binary modules
lfs # allow configure check for large files