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    cleanup: autotools: don't modify user chosen installation prefix · 2e74165a
    Nicolai Stange authored
    Currently, configure constructs a $SETUPTYPE string based on the selected
    configuration and appends that to installation prefix as given by --prefix.
    This behaviour is not only unusual, but limits the user to completely
    determine the final installation path.
    Abandon it. Namely,
    - purge the --with-mpitype option from configure,
    - do not construct a $SETUPTYPE string,
    - purge any reference to $SETUPTYPE from the's.
    Additionally, in order to avoid name clashs in the case of
    --enable-fakelib, install the "real" sct headers into $pkgincludedir, e.g.
    $prefix/include/sct, and the fake ones into a directory named "nosct"
    thereunder. Rename the fake to
    The above changes render the install-all make target, which reconfigures
    and rebuilds in all combinations of w/ and w/o OpenMP and MPI,
    disfunctional. Functionality of that kind is better preserved in some
    user defined wrapper scripts around the build process anyway and thus,
    purge the install-all make target.
    Finally, adapt the pkgconfig/ to properly reflect the changes.