#16 scons.py missing

0.5.0
closed-invalid
nobody
5
2011-05-01
2010-03-18
Anonymous
No

in jsoncpp-src-0.5.0.tar.gz there's no scons.py like the README.txt file suggest.
there's no other build instructions.

Discussion

  • Tim Drijvers

    Tim Drijvers - 2010-03-25

    Having the same issue, anyone able to fix this? I have been able to compile the code by hand, though it would be nicer to build directly from the releases.

     
  • Johannes Wienke

    Johannes Wienke - 2010-06-25

    It's simply a readme problem. If you have scons installed on your system you can simply call it within the directory of jsoncpp. so replace python scons.py with scons.

     
  • Baptiste Lepilleur

    • status: open --> closed-invalid
     
  • Baptiste Lepilleur

    Please refer to the readme for instruction on how to install scons.

     

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