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This is the README file for the fix8 framework. In this document you will find a brief description of the directory layout, as well as a description necessary steps to build fix8. The system is comprised of a compiler for generating C++ message and field encoders, decoders and instantiation tables; a runtime library to support the generated code and framework; and a complete client/server test application. The basic directory layout is as follows: ./ root directory with configure compiler/ the f8c compiler source doc/ doxygen documentation (generated when built) include/ header files for the runtime library and compiler runtime/ runtime library source schema/ quickfix FIX xml schemas test/ test client/server source DOCUMENTATION ============= Documentation is available at <http://www.fix8.org/>. All the source code is self-documenting using doxygen. EXTERNAL DEPENDENCIES ===================== Fix8 requires the followin third-party software (header files and libraries) being installed to build properly: - Poco C++ Libraries basic edition - Intel Threading Building Blocks - Berkeley DB C++ BUILDING ON UNIX/LINUX/MAC OS X =============================== The build system is based on automake/autoconf/libtool. % tar xvzf fix8-0.3.69.tar.gz % cd fix8-0.3.69 % ./configure % make % make install MORE INFORMATION ================ For more information, see the fix8 website <http://www.fix8.org>. ---