Commit c06d4718 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

More information about needed tools.

Rev: README:1.2
parent a450c9a8
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./configure
make
If you want to hack lsh, you need some more tools: autoconf, automake,
GNU-make, gcc, gperf (at least version 2.7) and scsh. All but scsh can
be found at your local GNU mirror site. scsh, Olin Shiver's Scheme
Shell, can be downloaded from <URL:
ftp://ftp-swiss.ai.mit.edu/pub/su/scsh/scsh.tar.gz>.
If you have checked out lsh from cvs, things are more complicated. You
need at least autoconf, automake, GNU-make, gcc, make, gperf and scsh
to get going. The Makefile.am file is created by running ./make_am. If
the compiler complains that it can't find a file foo.h.x,
try creating it with make foo.h.x or ./make_class <foo.h >foo.h.x, and
similarly for missing foo.c.x files.
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 autoconf, autoheader and automake.
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 or ./make_class <foo.h
>foo.h.x, and similarly for missing foo.c.x files.
For an introduction to the workings of LSH, see the file HACKING.
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