|Version 5 (modified by 5 years ago) ( diff ),|
With 2.47 DESTDIR installs only work if DESTDIR=/some/where has been exported before make install is invoked, otherwise (make DESTDIR=/some/where install) after a few seconds it will complain there is no rule to make target DESTDIR=/some/where.
For systems built on gcc-6.1, 3D drawings (or at least those using a non-zero render value) now need asy to be invoked with a -V flag, otherwise asy will fail. In a Makefile this does not cause any problems, but if for some reason you are running asy from the commandline on a plain .asy file there are gains and losses - you get a nice viewer which will allow you to rotate the image in all planes, but there is no way of saving the created image. I (ĸen) surmise that using asy outside latex is a very uncommon activity.