Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of user-examples


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Timestamp:
Oct 6, 2006 2:39:38 PM (13 years ago)
Author:
andreasw
Comment:

adapt to vpath installation in build

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    55Assume that you have dowloaded the COIN package {{{Pkg}}}
    6 in the directory {{{Coin-Pkg}}}. You have run {{{configure}}}, {{{make}}}, and {{{make install}}} from
    7 the directory {{{Coin-Pkg}}}. Assume that you used {{{Coin-Pkg}}} as
     6in the directory {{{Coin-Pkg}}}. You have run {{{configure}}}, {{{make}}}, and {{{make install}}} in
     7the directory {{{Coin-Pkg/build}}}. Assume that you used {{{Coin-Pkg/build}}} as
    88the install directory (i.e. the default), obtaining libraries
    9 in {{{Coin-Pkg/lib}}} and include files in {{{Coin-Pkg/include}}}.
     9in {{{Coin-Pkg/build/lib}}} and include files in {{{Coin-Pkg/build/include}}}.
    1010
    1111For most COIN packages, the main directory contains an {{{examples}}}
    12 subdirectory. Assuming that this is the case for the package {{{Pkg}}}, the directory {{{Coin-Pkg/Pkg/examples}}}
     12subdirectory. Assuming that this is the case for the package {{{Pkg}}}, the directory {{{Coin-Pkg/build/Pkg/examples}}}
    1313contains a {{{Makefile}}} that  has been adapted to your system.
    1414If you want to hook up your own code to this COIN library, it might be a good idea to start by looking at the example Makefile.
    1515
    16 {{{Note:}}}  You should use only the libraries and header files that have been installed in {{{Coin-Pkg/lib}}} and {{{Coin-Pkg/include}}}
     16{{{Note:}}}  You should use only the libraries and header files that have been installed in {{{Coin-Pkg/build/lib}}} and {{{Coin-Pkg/build/include}}}
    1717not those in any other directory.  Picking up libraries and headers from the source directories has a good chance of creating problems.
    1818