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Old February 29, 2012, 16:25   #1
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breaking stable vanilla's saves

Running ./configure --with-no-install ends up using (and breaking) the savefile of my vanilla installation at ~/.angband/Angband/save/. The config, lib, and var paths reported at the end of the configure script all say ~/angbandv4/lib/, but when I run the game, it loads in my savefile from ~/.angband/Angband/save/ and obviously breaks it if I save it. Not really sure how to avoid this.
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Old February 29, 2012, 18:41   #2
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Running ./configure --with-no-install ends up using (and breaking) the savefile of my vanilla installation at ~/.angband/Angband/save/. The config, lib, and var paths reported at the end of the configure script all say ~/angbandv4/lib/, but when I run the game, it loads in my savefile from ~/.angband/Angband/save/ and obviously breaks it if I save it. Not really sure how to avoid this.
I'm sure we can solve this, because I build with --with-no-install all the time and it uses ~/.angband/v4/save as it should. Please can you paste

1. Your entire configure command line

2. The final output of configure (i.e. the modules and paths stuff)

3. The git rev you're building

4. A unified diff of any local changes you've made to that revision
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Old February 29, 2012, 20:09   #3
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My entire config command line is `./configure --with-no-install --disable-sdl-mixer`.

Configure reports:

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Configuration:

Install path: (not used)
binary path: ..
config path: /home/dionysian/angbandv4/lib/
lib path: /home/dionysian/angbandv4/lib/
var path: /home/dionysian/angbandv4/lib/

-- Frontends --
- Curses Yes
- GTK 2.x Disabled
- X11 Yes
- SDL Disabled
- Windows Disabled
- Test No
- Stats No

- SDL sound Disabled
Version 3.4-dev-547-g6263d4a

I haven't made any changes.
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Oooh. How do you start the game?
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./angband -mgcu -- -b
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./angband -mgcu -- -b
Can we just check the entire sequence of commands?

git pull official/master (or however you update your source code)
make distclean
./autogen.sh
./configure --with-no-install --disable-sdl-mixer
make
./angband -mgcu -- -b


Is that right? And you're doing all this in ~? Or in ~/angbandv4?
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Old February 29, 2012, 23:03   #7
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Yep, that's right. Doing it in ~/angbandv4... the only difference is that I cd into the src directory because that's where the binary is.
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Yep, that's right. Doing it in ~/angbandv4... the only difference is that I cd into the src directory because that's where the binary is.
That's desperately weird. I use *exactly* the same commands, and it behaves properly for me.

If your machine is on the net, do you fancy PMing me a login to it? If you don't fancy that, login as a completely new user yourself and see if the problem still occurs. i.e. clone the repo and build v4 with a user that has never played V (and has therefore never created ~/.angband/Angband). I'm curious as to whether you are somehow building v4 with the wrong PRIVATE_USER_DIR, or whether something is going wrong at run-time.
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At the moment, I don't have anything installed for remote access. I'm also using wifi and I'm not sure how the access point is set up... So, I'll try it on a fresh user, and see what happens.
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So, I created a new user... cloned the git, compiled with --with-no-install, and it used ~/.angband/Angband

http://pastebin.com/hGgbB86V
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