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Re: Compilation problem

From: Dr . Jürgen Sauermann
Subject: Re: Compilation problem
Date: Fri, 26 May 2023 16:47:37 +0200
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Hi Emmanuel,

the VPATH stuff is not needed for normal mortals, it is just for me to build
multiple configurations in one go. Normally you do this (all in the top-level

1. fetch latest snapshot with subversion (svn up)
2. run ./configure as discussed before
3. run make (should succeed). Not strictly required but recommended as to detect other faults.
4. run make DEB (should also succeed). The result is file apl_1.8-1_amd64.deb
in directory debian_tmp (and a few more).

Step 4 requires some additional packages like debhelper.

Hope this helps,

On 5/25/23 16:22, Emmanuel Charpentier wrote:
Never mind : I bit te bullet, installed `subversin` and skimmed a tutorial.

I got a functional tree, created a VPATH and obtained a full configuration/compilation.

Now to create a Debian package. The instructions aren't exeedingly blear, and `make DEB` does not seem to do what I expected it to do. Any hint ?

Emmanuel Charpentier

Le jeudi 25 mai 2023 à 14:39 +0200, Emmanuel Charpentier a écrit :

Le jeudi 25 mai 2023 à 13:49 +0200, Dr. Jürgen Sauermann a écrit :

Hi Emmanuel,

thanks. Seems like python_apl.cc was not compiled for a while.

Fixed in SVN 1695.

Thanks !

Do I need Subversion, or will the git mirror be updated in some 'reasonable" time ?

(Yes, I'm aware of yur feelings towards git... Nut that's what Sagemath uses, with erious success...).

Emmanuel Charpentier

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