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Expat binding for Vicare Scheme
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Vicare/Expat ============ Topics ------ 1. Introduction 2. License 3. Install 4. Usage A. Credits B. Bugs C. Resources 1. Introduction --------------- This package is a distribution of C and Scheme libraries for Vicare Scheme, an R6RS compliant Scheme implementation; it provides bindings for the Expat C language library, an XML parser library. Expat must be compiled to handle UTF-8 strings. The last time the author bothered to update this paragraph, he had tested Expat version 2.0.1. This package makes use of the GNU Autotools. 2. License ---------- Copyright (c) 2012, 2013, 2015 Marco Maggi <firstname.lastname@example.org> This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. 3. Install ---------- Before installing Vicare/Expat make sure to have a correctly installed Expat library and Vicare Scheme. To install Vicare/Expat from a proper release tarball, we must unpack the archive then do: $ cd vicare-expat-0.4.0 $ mkdir build $ cd build $ ../configure $ make $ make check $ make install notice that the "configure" script is prepared to enable shared libraries and disable static libraries: this must not be changed, because the package is meant to install a C shared library to be dynamically loaded. The Makefile is designed to allow parallel builds, so we can do: $ make -j4 all && make -j4 check which, on a 4-core CPU, should speed up building and checking significantly. To test what a rule will do use the "-n" option; example: $ make install -n The "Makefile" supports the "DESTDIR" environment variable to install the files under a temporary location; example: $ make install DESTDIR=/tmp/vicare-expat If, instead, we have checked out a revision from the repository, we will have to first build the infrastructure running a script from the top source directory: $ cd vicare-expat $ sh autogen.sh notice that "autogen.sh" will run the programs "autoreconf" and "libtoolize"; the latter is selected through the environment variable "LIBTOOLIZE", whose value can be customised; for example to run "glibtoolize" rather than "libtoolize" we do: $ LIBTOOLIZE=glibtoolize sh autogen.sh After this the procedure is the same as the one for building from a proper release tarball, but we have to enable maintainer mode: $ ../configure --enable-maintainer-mode [options] $ make $ make check $ make install Libraries are installed under the directory: $(libdir)/vicare-scheme on 32-bit platforms we should arrange such library to be: $(prefix)/lib/vicare-scheme on 64-bit platforms we should arrange such library to be: $(prefix)/lib64/vicare-scheme The variable VFLAGS is available to the user when running "configure" and "make" to add command line options to the execution of "vicare" when compiling libraries and running tests; for example: $ make VFLAGS="-g -O2 --option print-loaded-libraries" 4. Usage -------- Read the documentation. A. Credits ---------- Vicare/Expat was written by Marco Maggi. Vicare Scheme is an R6RS compliant fork of Ikarus Scheme; originally created by Abdulaziz Ghuloum, it is now maintained by Marco Maggi. Expat is the creation of James Clark, who's also given us groff (an nroff look-alike), Jade (an implemention of ISO's DSSSL stylesheet language for SGML), XP (a Java XML parser package), XT (a Java XSL engine). James was also the technical lead on the XML Working Group at W3C that produced the XML specification. B. Bugs ------- Bug reports are appreciated. Register issues at the Vicare/Expat issue tracker: <http://github.com/marcomaggi/vicare-expat/issues> C. Resources ------------ The documentation of Vicare/Expat is available online: <http://marcomaggi.github.io/docs/vicare-expat.html> the latest version of this package can be downloaded from: <https://bitbucket.org/marcomaggi/vicare-expat/downloads> development takes place at: <http://github.com/marcomaggi/vicare-expat/> and as backup at: <https://bitbucket.org/marcomaggi/vicare-expat/> the home page of the Vicare project is at: <http://marcomaggi.github.io/vicare.html> Expat can be found here: <http://expat.sourceforge.net/> notice that unofficial Expat documentation in Texinfo format is available in the Nimby-Doc project at: <http://github.com/marcomaggi/nimby-doc> and also online: <http://marcomaggi.github.io/docs/expat.html> the XML 1.0 specification is available from: <http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/> the recommendation on Namespaces in XML 1.0 is available from: <http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-names/ ### end of file # Local Variables: # mode: text # coding: utf-8-unix # fill-column: 72 # paragraph-start: "*" # End: