|author||Boris Kolpackov <email@example.com>||2013-11-28 09:11:35 +0200|
|committer||Boris Kolpackov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2013-11-28 09:11:35 +0200|
Update README file with new information
1 files changed, 17 insertions, 30 deletions
@@ -1,22 +1,20 @@
This archive contains pre-configured CodeSynthesis XSD source code
-with all its dependencies (except Xerces-C++ and Boost). It allows
-you to build the XSD compiler in non-interactive mode (that is,
-without answering any configuration questions).
+with all its dependencies (except Xerces-C++). It allows you to build
+the XSD compiler in non-interactive mode (that is, without answering
+any configuration questions).
The following GNU tools are required to build XSD. Any fairly recent
-GNU/Linux distribution should have these already installed:
+GNU/Linux distribution should have all of them already installed:
GNU bash >= 2.00 (bash --version) http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/
-GNU m4 >= 1.4 (m4 --version) http://www.gnu.org/software/m4/
GNU make >= 3.81 (make --version) http://www.gnu.org/software/make/
-GNU g++ >= 3.4.3 (g++ --version) http://gcc.gnu.org/
+GNU g++ >= 4.2.0 (g++ --version) http://gcc.gnu.org/
-The build system expects you to have the Xerces-C++ (2.6.0 or later)
-as well as Boost filesystem and regex (1.33.1 or later) libraries
-built and installed in a location where the C++ compiler looks by
-default (normally /usr/lib/ and /usr/local/lib/). Alternatively, you
-can provide include (-I) and library (-L) paths for this packages via
-the CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS variables, respectively.
+The build system expects you to have the Xerces-C++ library version
+3.0.0 or later built and installed in a location where the C++ compiler
+will find them by default (normally /usr/lib/ and /usr/local/lib/).
+Alternatively, you can provide include (-I) and library (-L) paths
+for this library via the CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS variables, respectively.
The build system supports the following variables:
@@ -29,24 +27,12 @@ CFLAGS
$ make CC=gcc-4.8 CXX=g++-4.8 CFLAGS=-O3 CXXFLAGS=-O3 -j 4
-The BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX variable allows you to specify the optional
-Boost library suffix. For example, if your Boost library names are
-in the libboost_regex-gcc41-mt-d.so format, then you will need to
-set BOOST_LIB_SUFFIX to -gcc41-mt-d.
-The BOOST_LINK_SYSTEM variable allows you to specify whether the
-Boost system library should be explicitly linked to which may be
-required by newer linkers. The valid values are 'y' (default) and
The EXTERNAL_LIBCUTL variable allows you to use an external build
of libcutl, for example, if you already have this library installed.
The valid values are 'n' (default) and 'y'.
@@ -57,9 +43,9 @@ you can add verbose=1 to the make command line:
$ make verbose=1
After the build is complete, the XSD compiler can be found in the
-xsd/xsd/ directory and the runtime headers in the xsd/libxsd/ directory.
-You can install the XSD compiler, runtime library, and documentation
-with the install target, for example:
+xsd/xsd/ sub-directory and the runtime headers in the xsd/libxsd/
+sub-directory. You can install the XSD compiler, runtime library,
+and documentation with the install target, for example:
$ make install_prefix=/usr install
@@ -85,14 +71,15 @@ You can also create a distribution package with the XSD compiler binary,
source code for the runtime library and examples, as well as the
documentation using the dist and dist-win targets, for example:
-$ make dist_prefix=./xsd-x.y.z dist
+$ make dist_prefix=/tmp/xsd-x.y.z dist
Or, for Windows:
-$ make dist_prefix=./xsd-x.y.z dist-win
+$ make dist_prefix=/tmp/xsd-x.y.z dist-win
-The build system also supports the clean target:
+The build system also supports the test and clean targets, for example:
+$ make test
$ make clean
Send bug reports or any other feedback to the email@example.com