Changeset b7ef56 in git for factory


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Timestamp:
Dec 8, 1997, 6:58:35 PM (26 years ago)
Author:
Jens Schmidt <schmidt@…>
Branches:
(u'spielwiese', '82fc009ea2b0098c1a4896c841bb70860976bdfc')
Children:
9c9e2a40e423d2fb002c477b6295b6526e2fb95d
Parents:
a916f50bdd917bfd6b4e008b65556972b6d31199
Message:
	* INSTALL, README: doc fixes for the Windows NT port


git-svn-id: file:///usr/local/Singular/svn/trunk@950 2c84dea3-7e68-4137-9b89-c4e89433aadc
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  • factory/INSTALL

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    8686installing the libraries.  The other data files will still use the regular
    8787prefix.
    88 
    8988
    9089Configuring and building Factory for different configurations
     
    109108                          in process, be graceful when there is no `gmp.h'
    110109
     110
    111111  For more detailed information, see the `README' file.  Note that not all
    112112possible combinations of the `--with's and `--enable's are meaningful.  The
     
    140140 
    141141
     142Configuring for Microsoft Windows NT
     143------------------------------------
     144  Factory compiles on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 with the Microsoft Visual
     145C++ 5.0 compiler.  There is a preconfigured environment contained in the
     146folder `winnt/' which includes `config.h', `factoryconf.h', `factory.h' and
     147a Makefile `nt.mak', suitable for use under MS VC++ 5.0.  There is also a
     148file called `INSTALL.nt' which contains information about how to build
     149under Windows NT.
     150
    142151Configuring for Macintosh or other non-Unix platforms
    143152-----------------------------------------------------
     
    146155either have to configure `config.h' and `GNUmakefile' by hand or you have
    147156to create a suitable `config.cache' file and run `configure' on a machine
    148 that supports it.
    149 
    150   Factory compiles on Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 with the Microsoft Visual C++
    151 5.0 compiler. There is a preconfigured environment contained in the folder
    152 winnt which includes config.h, factoryconf.h, factory.h and a Makefile nt.mak,
    153 suitable for use under MS VC++ 5.0. There is also a file called INSTALL.nt
    154 which contains information about how to build under Windows NT.
     157that supports it.  Furthermore, you have to create the files `factory.h'
     158and `factoryconf.h'.
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    156160
  • factory/README

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    8888
    8989  See the `INSTALL' file for instructions on how to install Factory.  The
    90 installation procedure conforms more or less to the GNU standard:
     90installation procedure on UNIX platforms conforms more or less to the GNU
     91standard:
    9192
    9293  ./configure; make; make gftables; make install; make installgftables
     
    9495However, I recommend to read the instructions since there are a lot of
    9596non-standard options to configure.
     97
     98  On platforms other than UNIX, where there is no `configure', you have to
     99configure and install Factory by hand.  In particular, you have to
     100create/edit the files `config.h', `factory.h', `factoryconf.h', and
     101`GNUmakefile'.  For Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 with the Microsoft Visual C++
     1025.0 compiler there is a preconfigured environment in the `winnt/' directory
     103which you may use as an example.  For more information, confer to
     104corresponding section in the `INSTALL' file and to the `INSTALL.nt' file in
     105the `winnt/' directory.
     106
     107  In general, this `README' as well as the `INSTALL' file are written for
     108UNIX platforms.  However, you may find less specific information on the
     109configuration and installation process which is useful for other platforms,
     110too.
    96111
    97112
     
    320335  To give an example, look at the following one-shot solution to the
    321336problem "linking Factory with your application" where the "application" is
    322 a small test program (`applocation.cc') from the subdirectory `examples/'
     337a small test program (`application.cc') from the subdirectory `examples/'
    323338of the Factory source directory ('\' at the end of a line denotes line
    324339continuation):
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