Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of WikiStart


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Jan 10, 2007, 6:05:33 PM (14 years ago)
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Robin Haberkorn
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EXPAT/77 added to build instructions

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    3535If you do not want to use a precompiled release of Canabis or you want to have the latest version or whatever, you can of course build your own one.
    3636You will need the following list of tools and libraries:[[BR]]
    37  * !OpenWatcom FORTRAN/77 (v.1.5 recommended but earlier versions may work, too):[[BR]]
     37 * !OpenWatcom FORTRAN/77 (v.1.6 recommended but earlier versions may work, too):[[BR]]
    3838   http://www.openwatcom.org/ [[BR]]
    3939   To compile FORTRAN/TK you'll also need the !OpenWatcom C compiler
     
    4646   http://svn.netlabs.org/fortrantk [[BR]]
    4747   I recommend to use the latest FORTRAN/TK version from the repository because sometimes I implement new FORTRAN/TK features and APIs just for Canabis. You could try to use an official release or available nightly first but you have to compile it anyway on your own.
     48 * EXPAT/77 (expat77.lib, include files and runtime library):[[BR]]
     49   The official EXPAT/77 1.0 Beta will be released soon on [http://xml.netlabs.org/ Netlab's XML page]. In the meantime there's a nightly source release [qdlos.sourceforge.net/expat77_10.01.07_nightly.zip here].
    4850 * TECO editor (TECOC):[[BR]]
    4951   http://almy.us/teco.html [[BR]]
     
    5254   http://www.info-zip.org/
    5355
    54 Be sure to install everything propely. Cook, TECO, Zip and the Resource Compiler should be in your PATH/LIBPATH. You need a compiled fortrantk.lib in your Canabis source directory and make sure that the FORTRAN/TK root directory is in your FINCLUDE-variable (FORTRAN/TK programs share some include files with the library). You also need the FORTRAN/TK runtime DLLs in the Canabis root to actually run the binary. You can find them under "fortrantk\examples\binos2\runtime" and "fortrantk\examples\binwin\runtime". Under Windows you need the Tk-library directory "fortrantk\examples\lib" one level under the Canabis directory (will be fixed someday). If you have problems try reading the FORTRAN/TK readme.
     56Be sure to install everything propely. Cook, TECO, Zip and the Resource Compiler should be in your PATH/LIBPATH. You need a compiled fortrantk.lib in your Canabis source directory and make sure that the FORTRAN/TK root directory is in your FINCLUDE-variable (FORTRAN/TK programs share some include files with the library). You also need the FORTRAN/TK runtime DLLs in the Canabis root to actually run the binary. You can find them under "fortrantk\examples\binos2\runtime" and "fortrantk\examples\binwin\runtime". Under Windows you need the Tk-library directory "fortrantk\examples\lib" one level under the Canabis directory (will be fixed someday). If you have problems try reading the FORTRAN/TK readme. Furthermore there should be an expat77.lib in your Canabis directory. The EXPAT/77 root should be in your FINCLUDE-variable, too. The expat runtime DLL is also necessary (to execute the binary). It's either expatmtd.dll (OS/2 Warp) or libexpat.dll (Windows NT/9x) that can be found in the EXPAT/77 root directory.
    5557
    5658Now you should be able to "cook" Canabis with the following command on the command prompt. Read the [source:/trunk/Howto.cook Howto.cook] file for more information about possible variables and targets: