I am missing scons.py from a recent CVS checkout.
$ python scons.py PREFIX=/where/to/install
Is this the way to build LProf? What is needed for a bootstrap?
developing for colour management
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From: Hal V. Engel <hvengel@as...> - 2008-01-25 19:09:14
On Friday 25 January 2008 00:31:26 Kai-Uwe Behrmann wrote:
> I am missing scons.py from a recent CVS checkout.
> $ python scons.py PREFIX=/where/to/install
> Is this the way to build LProf? What is needed for a bootstrap?
> kind regards
> Kai-Uwe Behrmann
scons.py is from scons.local which is included with the tarballs but is not
part of CVS. The README has information on building from CVS. You need to
either drop a copy of scons.local into the root of the source tree or have a
copy of scons installed and use it. You will need scons(.local) verion 0.97
or later to build CVS head.
Also currently most of the work going on is in the Qt4-port branch of CVS and
we will likely be merging it into the main line soon. For the most part it
is working about as well as CVS head (IE the Qt3 version) and in some areas
it is working better. So you might want to consider testing this. Both
builds (IE. Qt3 and Qt4) can coexist if installed into different prefixes.
This branch also has an experimental cmake build.