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#3 where is configure.gcc

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nobody
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2004-08-11
2004-08-11
winni_yi
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I tried to build the library under Linux with gcc by
following the readme instruction:
1. Go to the root directory (it contain this file and
changes.txt)
2. Run './configure.gcc'
3. Run 'make'

But step2 always report "command not found". What
should I do?
Mine is the lastest verision : pnl040708

Thanks

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  • Denis Lagno
    Denis Lagno
    2004-08-25

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    in case it is still open question, I believe you should just
    run ./configure

    configure.gcc really existed at early stages. It existed
    because Makefiles generated by configure for gcc and icc
    should differ. I believe now it is handled by environment
    variable CC passed to configure script.
    try something like:

    export CC=gcc
    ./configure

    thanks, readme.txt should be updated

     
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    I have the same problem when trying to build the library
    under linux.
    When doing configure, the script runs into erros:
    ./configure.gcc
    : command not foundne 3:
    : No such file or directory: .
    : No such file or directoryev/null
    : No such file or directory: /volume1/scratch/ogevaert/PNL
    /configure: No such file or directory

    - run 'make' to compile sources
    - run 'make check' to compile and launch test suite (optionally)
    - run 'make install' to install library

     
  • Russell Almond
    Russell Almond
    2006-02-14

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    I noticed that config.gcc existed, but the permission were
    wrong, so I needed to run

    chmod +x config.gcc

    before running config. This should probably be fixed in CVS
    and the tarball.