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From shath...@e-z.net
Subject [Request Feedback] Xalan-C/C++ Unix Build Scripts
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2012 16:24:17 GMT
Hi,

Regarding Xalan-C source builds;  I am seeking advice on where
to install the compiled products.  My scripts currently install
the compiled products to the following target directories.
I use the scripts to build binary installations from sources.

Production Builds: prefix={/opt/apache}

   /opt/apache/
      lib/
      bin/
      include/

Debug Builds: prefix={/opt/apache/debug}

   /opt/apache/debug/
      lib/
      bin/
      include/

I can then set the appropriate environment variables to access
the binaries and libraries for debug or production products.

I have build scripts for Xalan-C_1.11 and Xerces-C_3.1.1
that I use for Linux and BSD.  They can be readily edited to
support Solaris, AIX, and HPUX platforms.  Note that the
underlying runConfigure program requires GNU make.

I wish to make these scripts available to the Xalan-C project
website.

I currently use these scripts on dedicated virtual machines.

Sincerely,
Steven J. Hathaway
Xalan Documentation Project

--
Notes:

The default build using runConfigure is targeted at {/usr/local}.

If creating buildbot technology, the target prefix should
probably be a user subdirectory instead of a system directory.

If creating Unix/Linux packages for software package managers,
the prefix directives should be compatible with the software
packaging process.

I do not have a man page for the Xalan command line program.
The documentation is part of the project website pages.




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