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THIS IS THE TPIE README FILE Please visit http://www.cs.duke.edu/TPIE for the latest information on TPIE. The TPIE manual, this README file, a list of changes since the last release, and the main distribution tar file are available separately from the TPIE web site. The manual for TPIE will be created as file "tpie.ps" in the directory tpie_082902/doc by the unzip/tar step below. The manual includes additional details regarding the installation procedure for TPIE. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ========================= Place "tpie_082902.tgz" in the directory in which TPIE is to be installed, "cd" into that directory, and execute the command tar xzf tpie_082902.tgz or gunzip -c tpie_082902.tgz | tar xvf - This will produce a directory "tpie_082902" with subdirectories "doc", "include", "lib", "lib/src", and "test". Enter the directory "tpie_082902". You must now configure TPIE for your particular system. To do this, use the command ./configure The configuration program will produce the various Makefiles and configuration files required to build TPIE on your system. When this is done, invoke your version of GNU "make": make all to build the complete TPIE system. This will build the components of TPIE that must be tailored to your system. This includes: the TPIE run-time library "tpie_082902/lib/libtpie.a", the test and sample programs in directory "tpie_082902/test", and certain header files in "tpie_082902/include". You should now have a complete TPIE system, consisting of the directories "include", "doc", "lib", "lib/src", "test". The manual for TPIE will be created as file "tpie.ps" in the directory tpie_082902/doc by the unzip/tar step above. It is also available separately from the TPIE web site, http://www.cs.duke.edu/TPIE. If you have problems, please consult the manual; there are some requirements listed. Contact <email@example.com> if you encounter other problems. # $Id: README.txt,v 1.5 2002-08-30 03:24:52 tavi Exp $