I'm trying to get a fresh build of
bison to run from a custom install directory specifiied with
./configure --prefix=, but it doesn't seem to be able to find the files it needs to run. Instead of installing to
/usr/local/bin, I have installed it to
/lots/of/subdirs/usr/local/bin in an effort to isolate the application on a system which will be performing lots of different builds with lots of different build environments.
The problem I am having is that even though
bison is installed to
/lots/of/subdirs/usr/local/bin, it still seems to look in
/usr/local/share for files, even though I would expect it to look in
/lots/of/subdirs/usr/local/share, which is where the files were installed to.
The setup process went like this:
./configure --prefix=/lots/of/subdirs make make install
Is there a way to get bison to look in the correct directory for the files it thinks it is missing? If I
--prefix, why does it still look in