Warnings when building the Einstein Toolkit

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Ian Hinder created an issue

When building the Einstein Toolkit, I get warnings such as

env: Scheme: No such file or directory


Formaline: WARNING: git command not found

Is there any reason to have these warnings, or can they be suppressed? I don't know anything about the first one, and the second is very strange because git is present on the path.


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  1. Erik Schnetter
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    I don't know where the first comes from, but I would be interested to see where it comes from. It could be that you have a PATH which has white space (Mac OS does that), and some tool doesn't quote the path properly, so instead of setting the path, part of the path is interpreted as command and then fails. I assume there is another command that should really be executed, but isn't.

    The second means that Formaline can't use git to store the source tree. Since people may reasonably expect that this works, I think the warning is in order. Maybe both warnings are connected?

  2. Ian Hinder reporter
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    You were correct, they were related. The attached patch fixes the problem in Formaline. I had "/Applications/PLT Scheme v4.1.5/bin" on my PATH.

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