Commit 15bd2fe4 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

Updated the instructions for building from CVS. List

tcputils as a program needed for the testsuite.

Rev: ChangeLog:1.716
Rev: README:1.28
parent ae1ed61a
2003-09-22 Niels Mller <nisse@cuckoo.hack.org>
* README: Updated the instructions for building from CVS. List
tcputils as a program needed for the testsuite.
2003-09-20 Niels Mller <nisse@cuckoo.hack.org>
* misc/mkdiff: Copied mkdiff script from the old lsh_1_2_BRANCH.
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......@@ -31,16 +31,17 @@ scsh can be found at your local GNU mirror site. scsh, Olin Shiver's
Scheme Shell, can be downloaded from <URL: http://www.scsh.net>. If
you use guile, you also need the slib library, which is usually
distributed separately. It's also available at the GNU mirrors.
If you have checked out lsh from CVS, things are more complicated. You
must first generate Makefile.am files from the corresponding
Makefile.am.in files. Do this by running ./make_am in the top level
directory. Next, you need to run aclocal, autoconf, autoheader and
automake -a. This creates the configure script and a Makefile.in. Now
you can try ./configure ; make. If the compiler complains that it
can't find a file foo.h.x, try creating it with make foo.h.x, and
similarly for missing foo.c.x files. The misc/bootstrap.sh script
tries to do all this.
Installing tcputils is optional, but it is needed to get the most out
of the lsh testsuite. It can be found at
ftp://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/unix/tcputils.
If you have checked out lsh from CVS, things are a little more
complicated. Run the ./.bootstrap script, which will run aclocal,
autoconf, autoheader and automake for you. This creates the configure
script and several Makefile.in. Now run ./configure, to create
Makefile. Next run make bootstap. This will create various
automatically generated files. Then you are ready to run make, to
build the programs.
NEEDED LIBRARIES
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