Copyright (C) 1995-2023 Index Data. See the file LICENSE for details.
The primary output of the source here is the YAZ library, which contains support functions for implementing the server or client role of Z39.50 and SRU.
For more information about YAZ refer to the documentation in sub
It's easiest to compile this software by using the source tar provided for official releases. Refer to "FTP".
If you want to clone and compile from Git, it's more complicated. Firstly,
you need to clone with submodules. You need autoconf tools - such
as autoconf, automake, libtool. For compilation besides the obvious
C compiler (gcc, clang) and
make you also need xsltproc, tcl, docbook xml.
buildconf.sh script creates the configure script and makefiles.
For Debian based systems, read
debian/control and install
what's listed in
Build-Depends. For RPM based systems, read
yaz.spec and what's listed in
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/indexdata/yaz.git $ cd yaz $ ./buildconf.sh $ ./configure $ make