I finally got a tip-of-the-cvs tree from last night to build into a phoenix binary. It runs OK from my build tree, but I'd like to be able to package up a phoenix distribution for myself to use on my primary desktop machine, as well as give away copies to some friends that wanted to play with it. I realize it's way early in the product cycle for phoenix, but this would make it easier to distribute binaries... After a successful build, I attempted to package it like I do for mozilla releases: lidl@hostname-56: pwd /data/obj/mozilla/xpinstall/packager lidl@hostname-57: gmake gmake: *** No rule to make target `../../dist/bin/mozilla-bin', needed by `mozilla-i386-pc-bsdi4.3.tar.gz'. Stop. Can phoenix support be added to the packager Makefile?
Confirming. As a stopgap measure, going through xpinstall/packager/Makefile and replacing instances of "mozilla" with "phoenix" (except in variable names) works for me.
Workaround (quick&dirty) from my nightly build script for Solaris: -- snip -- % cd xpinstall/packager/ % gmake MOZ_PKG_APPNAME=phoenix MOZILLA_BIN=../../dist/bin/phoenix-bin -- snip --
-> All/All The problem is escalated on OS X where the there's you also hit the logic that defines _APPNAME
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 216137 ***