Commit c6100a28 authored by dcw's avatar dcw

Initial revision

parent af9acaed
Datadec takes recursive data types modelled on those found in functional
languages (Hope, Miranda, Haskell etc) and generates ANSI C code to
implement them.
Duncan C. White, dcw@doc.ic.ac.uk
19th March 2002
Building and Packaging on Linux
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Either download http://csgsoft.doc.ic.ac.uk/datadec/datadec-1.0-1.i386.rpm
and install it (rpm -i) from there, or do a source build:
1. Download the datadec-1.0.tgz file and save it in your RPM SOURCES directory.
2. Extract the package SPEC file:
tar xzf datadec-1.0.tgz datadec-1.0/PKG/RPM
3. Enter the directory and build the package:
cd datadec-1.0/PKG/RPM
rpm -bb datadec.spec
4. Now you can install the datadec-1.0-1.is386.rpm that you just built,
using rpm -i..
Building on Solaris or Other Unices
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1. Extract the .tgz file..
2. Compile it:
cd datadec-1.0
make
3. Install it (run this as root) into /usr/local/bin and /usr/man/man1:
make install
4. (Optionally on Solaris) package it up and store in somewhere:
cd PKG/Solaris
make
(edit Makefile, changing where to store the built package)
make install
5. install the package (as root):
pkgadd -d datadec-1.0-1-sol8-sparc-dcw all
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