Re: execlineb's import conflicts with ImageMagick

From: Jean Louis <>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 01:18:26 +0300

On Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 09:32:30PM +0000, Charles Duffy wrote:
> Given as GraphicsMagick moves "import" to a subcommand ("gm import"), you
> might consider using it to avoid any conflict.

Thank you for the input. I do not use
GraphicsMagick (yet), and I have just tried
installing skarnet tools into /usr/bin then I
found the conflict as I used --prefix, now I am
back to install it directly, later I will switch
to slashpackage.

I am using this Lisp script to simply install all
tools by:

install-s6.lisp skalibs- etc.

as all s6 tools are consistent, it simply works.

(unless *args* (quit))

(setf files *args*)

(defun remove-tar.gz (file)
  (substring file 0 (search ".tar.gz" file)))

(dolist (file files)
  (let* ((command1 (format nil "tar xf ~A" file))
         (command3 (format nil "cd ~A && ./configure && make && make install" (remove-tar.gz file))))
    (shell command1)
    (shell command3)))

> > The ImageMagick software has the "import" command
> > that is conflicting with "import" from execlineb
> > package.
> >
> > Jean
Received on Sun Oct 22 2017 - 22:18:26 UTC

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