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building from CVS

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: building from CVS
Date: Tue, 23 May 2000 18:25:15 -0500 (CDT)

On 23-May-2000, Ben Sapp <address@hidden> wrote:

| I can compile from the CVS archive on IRIX with the following commands:
| cd octave
| cd glob ; autoconf ; autoheader  ; cd ../
| cd readline/ ; autoconf ; autoheader ; cd ../ 
| cd kpathsea/ ; autoconf ; autoheader ; cd ../ 
| cd scripts/ ; autoconf ; autoheader ; cd ../ 
| autoconf ; autoheader
| ./configure 

FYI, the bleeding-edge releases have a script called that
will do all of the above for you.

| gmake 
| I tried for the first time to do this on a Linux machine.  It will
| compile every thing with the exception of  Oddly enough, if I
| use the bleeding-eadge releases where is made from lex.l for me I
| have no problems.  I thought it must be that my flex was out of date but
| this does not seem to be the case.

What happens if you cd to the src directory and type



The octave-maintainers list is probably a better place to report
problems with the bleeding-edge releases.



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