Commit bf456b38 authored by Benoit Perrot's avatar Benoit Perrot
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from  Benoît Perrot  <benoit@lrde.epita.fr>

	* INSTALL: Explain --with-readline-{includes,library} usage.
	Suggested by Marco Tessari.
parent 1e7a3ee3
2004-07-14 Benot Perrot <benoit@lrde.epita.fr>
* INSTALL: Explain --with-readline-{includes,library} usage.
Suggested by Marco Tessari.
2004-07-12 Akim Demaille <akim@epita.fr>
* configure.ac: Bump to 0.7a.
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......@@ -10,7 +10,8 @@ The following tools must be available on the system to build Nolimips:
* GNU make
The interactive shell is more ergonomic when libreadline is installed
on the system, but it is not mandatory to build Nolimips.
on the system, but it is not mandatory to build Nolimips:
* libreadline
Extra development tools are needed to build a copy from Nolimips' repository:
......@@ -36,11 +37,24 @@ Building the tarball
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The following command will check your system configuration and prepare
Nolimips for an installation in /usr/local. To specify another directory,
use the --prefix option of configure (see ./configure --help):
Nolimips for an installation in `/usr/local'. To specify another directory,
use the `--prefix' option of configure (see ./configure --help):
$ ./configure
By default, the configure script assumes that Nolimips must be built
with readline. If the readline library or its include files cannot be
found in standard path, the script will complain (but not fail, as if
`--without-readline' was used). To precise the path to them, use the
options `--with-readline-includes' and `--with-readline-library':
$ ./configure --with-readline-includes=/path/to/readline-includes \
--with-readline-library=/path/to/readline-library
With `/path/to/readline-includes' containing a subdirectory named
`readline/' containing the file `readline.h', and `/path/to/readline-library'
containing the library `libreadline-XXX.a'.
Then build Nolimips:
$ make && make check
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