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ULib - c++ library
ULib is normally built and installed as a set of shared object libraries and header files.
These libraries and headers are installed using directories selected through a "configure"
script that has been prepared with automake and autoconf. As such, they should build and
install similarly to and in a manner compatible and consistent with most other GNU software.
Generally it should be sufficient to run configure without options, like this:
The configure script attempts to use use the C++ compiler specified by the CXX environment variable.
If not set, GNU g++ will be used if it is available. The CXXFLAGS environment variable holds options
to be passed to the C++ compiler. If you're using Bourne-compatible shell you may pass something like
this to use a particular C++ compiler with optimization enabled:
CXX=/opt/ccs/bin/cc CXXFLAGS=-O ./configure
To customize ULib, the configure script also accepts a set of options. The most important are:
Specifies installation prefix for ULib. This is only needed if you run make install later to perform a "system"
installation. The prefix is /usr/local if not specified.
The make process will create shared libraries (also known as shared objects .so).
By default, no shared libraries are created - equivalent to --disable-shared.
The make process will not create static libraries (.a).
By default, static libraries are created - equivalent to --enable-static.
Compile ULib with libexpat in directory prefix. Use this option if you want SOAP support.
ULib will be linked with the OpenSSL libraries.
When configured, build the software by typing:
The following files are generated by the make process:
Main ULib library. This is no ordinary library. It's a Libtool archive.
By default, ULib creates a static library in lib/.libs/libulib.a
Several small applications that demonstrates the ULib API.
If you wish to install ULib in system directories /usr/local/bin, /usr/local/lib .. etc, you can type:
make install
You probably need to have root access in order to perform this. You must specify the --prefix option for configure if you
wish to install ULib in other directories than the default /usr/local/