0494ef4e66db3b6314a1a4c80647f08c23a973b5 — Tzafrir Cohen 3 years ago c16ec9b
place asterisk read-only data files under /usr/share

Forwarded: no
Last-Update: 2016-03-19

On Debian read-only resources belong under /usr. The space taken from
the writable /var should be minimized.

Upstream prefers defaults to have those files under /var/lib, though
supports a separate datadir.

Gbp-Pq: Name astdatadir
1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

M configure.ac
M configure.ac => configure.ac +1 -1
@@ 40,7 40,7 @@ AC_SUBST([astlibdir],         ['${libdir}'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astmoddir],         ['${libdir}/asterisk/modules'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astmandir],         ['${mandir}'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astvarlibdir],      ['${localstatedir}/lib/asterisk'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astdatadir],        ['${astvarlibdir}'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astdatadir],        ['${datadir}/asterisk'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astdbdir],          ['${astvarlibdir}'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astkeydir],         ['${astvarlibdir}'])dnl
AC_SUBST([astspooldir],       ['${localstatedir}/spool/asterisk'])dnl