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Re: [certi-dev] How to build the CERTI-3.4.0-Source

From: שלמה נוריאני
Subject: Re: [certi-dev] How to build the CERTI-3.4.0-Source
Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 15:39:20 +0300

As a continue to our discussion, I do installed the pre-requisite for Windows.
1. I tried to use only CERTI-3.4.0-WinXP-MSVC-9.0-2008-Debug (Without CERTI-3.4.0-     Source package). When i used the CMake configuration i got the following error:
    "The source directory "C:/Program Files/CERTI 3.4.0" does not apear to contain              CMakeLists.txt ...
2. Bacuse of the previous problem, i had to extract the CERTI-3.4.0-Source to C:\Tmp directory. Then i used the CMake configuration (direct to C:\Tmp\Certi). CMake generated the required projects but they do not compiled. i got a lot of errors, for example the following error:
 Missing ";" before identifier 'Iterator_Category' (File: Utility, Line:81, Project: FedTime1516).

Thanks Ahead.

2011/5/24 Eric Noulard <address@hidden>
2011/5/24 שלמה נוריאני <address@hidden>:
> Hi,
> I am working with Win XP, Visual Studio 8
>  My purpose is to develop a distributed simulation, that is writen in
> C++/C#.
> For the beginning i would like to have a compiled version. for that purpose
> I did the following steps:
> 1. downloaded the CERTI packages:
>     "CERTI-3.4.0-WinXP-MSVC-9.0-2008-Debug" +
>     "CERTI-3.4.0-Source"
> 2.Install  CERTI-3.4.0-WinXP-MSVC-9.0-2008-Debug.
> 3. Extract CERTI-3.4.0-Source to "C:\Tmp\CERTI-3.4.0-Source" Dir.

You don't need to install both.
CERTI-3.4.0-WinXP-MSVC-9.0-2008-Debug.exe is enough if you want to develop
your own federate, it should install all needed headers and libraries.

> 4. Execute the CMake app with the following options:
>     Browse Source="C:\Tmp\CERTI-3.4.0-Source"
>     Generator for this project = Visual Studio 6
>    CMake Install Prefix = "C:\Program Files\Certi 3.4.0" (Default).
> when activating the 'Configure' option in CMake, i gets the following notes:

The fact that those macros are "NOT FOUND" is not necessarily an error,
CMake search for some header files some may be found on unix/linux some
other on Windows etc....

> Questions:
> Why CERTI package does not compiled ?. I am loading the generated projects
> but it is not compiling. many errors reports about unknown definitions.

Did you install the pre-requisite for Windows
   * http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/flex.htm
   * http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/bison.htm
   * http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/m4.htm
   * http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Main_Page
as explained here:
http://www.nongnu.org/certi/certi_doc/Install/html/build.html ?

If you did and still get errors
could you copy/paste the error you get when compiling ?

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