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Re: [ESPResSo] compilation on AIX

From: Olaf Lenz
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo] compilation on AIX
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 11:09:35 +0200
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Karel is not on the mailing list yet, therefore he probably did not read
your email. If you want to reply, you have to replay directly.
However, caused by this effect, I have just changed the settings of the
mailing list, so that the reply-to-field of the mailing is not changed
to point to the list, but to the poster instead.

Christopher Jesudason wrote:
> I am writing this to people who are also trying to use
> Espresso so that we can excahnge notes because the
> developers so not provide precise details; I do not
> konw C very well, and there is little on the writup of
> the C code and how it interfaces with the TCL script.

The users' mailing list is exactly for this kind of exchange. However, I
would prefer if you would not make your mailings sound like the
developers are not interested in the users' problems. Up to a few days
ago, we have answered all of your mailings, and I think relatively
quick. However, as I did not get a reply from you on my explicit request
for further information so that we can add it to the documentation (HOW
exactly did you solve your problem concerning the double temperature), I
thought that it is not necessary to reply to your next request as fast.

> I  have compiled Espresso on a single desktop. In this
> case I follwed the instructions (Linux Fedora core 6
> destop) as given  in the manual. I noticed that there
> were two config files; myconfig.h  and config.h and
> you must modify these and then compile and then make
> them.

It is NOT necessary nor useful to touch the file "config.h", but ONLY
the file "myconfig.h". "config.h" is a file that belongs to ESPResSo.
When you modify it, your modifications will have to be overwritten in
the next release of ESPResSo.
However, Karel's problem is not related to these files, but instead it
seems to be connected to the configure script. I'm onto the subject.

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