Commit 346528dc authored by MAUNY Michel's avatar MAUNY Michel

Slightly reformat and update installation instructions

parent 64528998
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This is just a reminder for quick installation.
A more complete installation procedure is described in file SETUP/INSTALL.
0) Install Objective Caml 4.02 distribution
(available from http://ocaml.org).
Then install the Camplp4 processor in its 4.02 distribution
(available from https://github.com/ocaml/camlp4).
0) Install OCaml (>= 4.02). See http://ocaml.org for installation
instructions.
Then install the Camplp4 processor in the corresponding distribution.
If OCaml has been installed through the OPAM package manager, then:
opam install camlp4
should do the job. Alternatively, see https://github.com/ocaml/camlp4
for download and installation instructions.
1) Install the Heritage_resources package:
git clone git@gitlab.inria.fr:huet/Heritage_Resources.git
2) Create your configuration file my_config.txt
git clone https://gitlab.inria.fr/huet/Heritage_Resources.git
2) Create your configuration file SETUP/CONFIGS/my_config.txt
Look at the SETUP/CONFIGS directory to find examples. All fields are
explained in SETUP/config_help.txt.
Look at the SETUP/CONFIGS directory to find examples.
SETUP/config_help.txt explains all the fields.
Then make a symbolic link to your configuration file in SETUP dir:
ln -s my_config.txt config
The "config" link has to be located in the SETUP directory,
the path of my_config.txt is arbitrary, either outside the Platform area,
or possibly inside the CONFIGS directory if you plan to update regularly,
and signaling it to the developers in order to include it in the Git distrib
cd SETUP
ln -s CONFIGS/my_config.txt ./config
The "config" link has to be located in the SETUP directory, the path
of my_config.txt is arbitrary, either outside the Platform area, or
possibly inside the CONFIGS directory if you plan to update regularly,
and signaling it to the developers in order to include it in the Git
distrib
3) Launch configuration in main dir
./configure
4) Launch compilation
......@@ -40,9 +51,9 @@ Then make a symbolic link to your configuration file in SETUP dir:
make
5) Install it
sudo make install
6) Enjoy :-)
Report all problems to Gerard.Huet@inria.fr
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