I do not want to install to "/". The partition may be filled up and some files may get overwritten.
For me I think installion in /opt is the only option ;-(
That's understandable. I'm developing the environment under / (like how the devtools for ppc and mips are) to see what works. Changing the paths should work for the most part, but I want to eliminate as many issues as possible first. Once I know things are compiling correctly and everything that's needed has been added, I can consider having the package install to a separate share.
There is a problem with configuring devtools for /opt. There are several gcc libs that certain binaries are dependent on. If you remove the libs, you may have a disaster. That's why I have asked testers to (in this order)
1) Find issues, things to be added, things to be removed.
2) Find dependent files
Again, once the package is complete and moves to beta mode, I'll work on making the installation smoother and easier to remove.
In order to move to beta mode, I need feedback from testers first about what the package can and cannot compile, what users want added, and major bugs.
Also, I'd need an agreed upon space saving technique in order to create a separate install directory. Remember, this devtools package is designed to be used with FreeLink too.
Sorry for your troubles, I will try to work quickly with mindbender and lb_worm to create stable and more acceptable package soon.