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2 The quick and dirty instructions:
4 ./configure
5 make && make install
8 The longer, more detailed instructions:
10 1. Run ./configure --help to see how you can customize the installation.
12 If this step fails, you probably don't have Lua installed. Lua is
13 required to configure the build system. It is also required by the
14 built product.
16 2. Run ./configure with whatever options you like. Use --prefix to set the
17 directory where Yoink will be installed. Use --datadir to set the
18 directory where the resource files will be installed. Use --host if you
19 want to cross-compile for another type of system--you will need a
20 working cross-compiler toolchain installed. Use CC and CXX to set the C
21 and C++ compiler commands, respectively. Use CFLAGS and LDFLAGS to
22 set the compiler and linker flags, respectively.
24 If this step fails, make sure you have a working toolchain (including
25 compilers and archivers). Also make sure you have the required
26 libraries. You also need pkg-config and all the relevant ``pc'' files
27 for each library dependency.
29 3. Run make. If you have a multi-core or multi-processor system, you may
30 also want to use the -j option to perform compilations in parallel. See
31 make(1) for more information.
33 If this step fails, you may need to change your configuration from step
34 2 and try again. In particular, you may need to change the CFLAGS and
35 LDFLAGS, depending on whether it is the compiler that has a problem or
36 the linker.
38 4. Run make run to run the program without installing.
40 If this step fails, either step 3 didn't actually complete successfully,
41 or there is a bug in the code that is revealed on your platform. You
42 may also need to modify LDFLAGS in step 2 and try again, making sure to
43 set the correct rpath so that the shared libraries will be found at
44 runtime. Note that the linker will be invoked through the compiler.
46 5. Run make install to copy the files into the installation directories you
47 have specified in step 2. You're done!
49 If this step fails, you probably do not have correct filesystem
50 permissions to install to your chosen directory. Either do the install
51 with elevated privileges, or start at step 2 again and specify --prefix
52 with some directory that you have write access to, such as $HOME/usr.
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