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1 $Id: INSTALL,v 1.1 2004/01/19 17:37:47 mbuna Exp $
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3 PEAK Library :: Parallel Events and Asynchronous tasKing Library
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5
6 INSTALLATION
7 ============
8
9 The PEAK Library is easy to install on systems where it's
10 supported. On most systems, GNU CC (gcc) is recommended to compile
11 libpeak. However, on some architectures like POWER or PPC970, gcc
12 still lacks some optimization support. We will then try to allow you
13 to compile libpeak on such systems. Please note that it's low priority
14 unless someone requests it; see the sourceforge.net project page for
15 that: http://sourceforge.net/projects/peak.
16
17 CONFIGURING COMPILATION
18 =======================
19
20 To install in /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/include/peak:
21
22 ./configure
23
24 or to install in /usr/lib and /usr/include/peak:
25
26 ./configure --prefix=/usr
27
28 or similarly to install in your home directory (another example..):
29
30 ./configure --prefix=$HOME
31
32 If you plan to use libpeak on a uniprocessor machine *ONLY*, you can
33 turn off possible SMP code overhead by adding this configure option:
34
35 --enable-uniprocessor-only
36
37 At the end of the configure script, you will see a summary of the main
38 options (installation paths, detected architecture, multiplexing
39 engine used...). At this time you might want to force the use of
40 another engine by adding this configure option (example to choose epoll):
41
42 --with-engine=epoll
43
44 Obviously your system must support the choosen engine.
45
46
47 COMPILING
48 =========
49
50 Then, to compile the library (default is to build a shared and static
51 version, if possible):
52
53 make
54
55 Optionally, you can compile and run the test suite to verify libpeak's
56 working correctly:
57
58 make check
59
60
61 INSTALLING
62 ==========
63
64 Finally, you want to install it with:
65
66 make install
67
68 This will copy the libraries and its headers at the good
69 places. Additionally, a little script named peak-config will be
70 installed which allow programs using libpeak to detect it. The
71 peak-config script should be in a place defined in your PATH
72 environment variable.
73
74 Please report installation problems to mbuna@bugged.org.

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