[doc] INSTALL: improve list of dependencies

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Matteo Cypriani 10 years ago
parent f3e63ec20f
commit b479d6a560

@ -20,14 +20,23 @@ libraries installed:
You also need support for POSIX threads, which should be provided by
default by your system in most cases, and the GCC C++ compiler (g++)
version 4.7 or above; the Clang C++ compiler (clang++) version 3.2 or
above should also work in most cases.
above should also work. Compilation of the C modules has been tested
with GCC and Clang and should work with older versions of these
compilers.
The additional tools are also recommended:
- ``perl``
- ``pod2man`` (normally provided in the same package as //Perl//)
- ``doxygen``
- ``txt2tags``
If you miss one or more of the requirements, the concerned modules will
not be built, but the others can still be.
not be built.
OwlPS uses //CMake// as a build manager. You need to install it (package
``cmake`` on most distributions), and you should install ``ccmake`` as
well if it is not shipped with the main CMake package (package
``cmake`` on most distributions) as well as the ``make`` tool if not
readily available on your system. You should also install ``ccmake`` if
it is not shipped with the main CMake package (package
``cmake-curses-gui`` on Debian).
It is strongly advised to build out of the source tree, which can be
@ -166,9 +175,9 @@ In the configuration (``make menuconfig``), you have to:
+ Select the components needed to build (press the <space> key to have a
//M// or a //*//). For example:
- in the //Libraries// menu, select //confuse// and //libiw//;
- in the //Base system// menu, //libpthread// and //librt// should now
be automatically selected (the latter is only needed for OwlPS
Positioner).
- in the //Base system// menu, select //libpthread// and //librt// if
they were not automatically selected (the latter is only needed for
OwlPS Positioner).
Note that at the moment, //libclaw_tween// is not provided by the

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