Thread: PackageMaker: Add to PATH?
06-01-2010, 01:05 PM #1
PackageMaker: Add to PATH?
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- Jun 01, 2010
I'm creating a distribution package for my app. It's a command-line app, so I felt the best place to install it was /usr/local/bin. Unfortunately, that's not in users' PATH by default unless they've installed XCode (as I have).
What's the easiest way to get the distribution to automatically add /usr/local/bin to the system PATH? Should I use a bash script?
I don't just want to append a line to /etc/profile, as the user might already have it set. And there are various places where that might happen.
06-01-2010, 02:18 PM #2
Why not add a symlink from /usr/bin to your program in /usr/local/bin? This way, you can be sure that if they try to execute your program, they will have no worries.
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