I have a program written completely in Bash, which includes the main script, a set of modules called by the main script, a config file, a lib file, etc.
Since nothing needs to be compiled, what's the best way to create an installation file that places all the files in their proper locations (main script in /usr/bin/, conf file in /etc/, lib file in /usr/lib/, etc.)? Should I just use a makefile, even though no compilation is needed?
Note that I do not want to package the file. I just want to be able to pull from the repo and install from source.