Commit 4f8a0657 authored by brendan's avatar brendan
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Add (somewhat terse) installation instructions. We're T-epsilon

from release. make install still needs some tweaks.

svn path=/trunk/libshout/; revision=4945
parent 2f417591
Prerequisites
-------------
libvorbis
libogg
Both of these libraries must be installed before you can build
libshout. If they aren't available in your OS's package system, you
can find them at vorbis.com.
Building
--------
Normally, just ./configure; make
You may need to specify --with-ogg-prefix and/or --with-vorbis-prefix
if you have installed those libraries in a non-standard
location. The arguments to these will match the --prefix you used when
configuring ogg and vorbis, respectively.
You may also choose to build libshout without thread safety, with the
--disable-pthread argument to configure. Only do this if you know you
will never be using the library in a threaded application, or if you
intend to make all calls to libshout threadsafe by hand in your
calling application.
Installation
------------
(as root) make install
This will install header files in $(prefix)/shout and library files in
$(prefix)/lib.
configure will have detected whether or not you have pkg-config
automatically. If you have, it will place a pkg-config data file in
$(prefix)/lib/pkgconfig, otherwise it will place a shout-config script
in $(prefix)/bin. You can force libshout to use shout-config instead
of pkgconfig with the configure option --disable-pkgconfig.
$Id: INSTALL,v 1.1 2003/06/13 23:04:23 brendan Exp $
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......@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ ACLOCAL_AMFLAGS = -I m4
SUBDIRS = include src examples
EXTRA_DIST = README COPYING shout.m4 m4/ac_config_libconfig_in.m4 m4/acx_pthread.m4 \
m4/ogg.m4 m4/vorbis.m4 m4/xiph_clean_ccflags.m4
EXTRA_DIST = COPYING INSTALL README shout.m4 m4/ac_config_libconfig_in.m4 \
m4/acx_pthread.m4 m4/ogg.m4 m4/vorbis.m4 m4/xiph_clean_ccflags.m4
m4datadir = $(datadir)/aclocal
m4data_DATA = shout.m4
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