Currently only download via anonymous CVS is offered.
Warning: It is quite likely that development snapshots might have bugs, they might not even build! You are basically on your own.
In order to be able to build SEAM, you will need to checkout two modules, seam-support and seam.
CVSROOT: :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/services/alice/CVS Module: seam-support Password: anoncvs CVSROOT: :pserver:email@example.com:/services/alice/CVS Module: seam Password: anoncvs
An example session to check out the whole SEAM source tree might look as follows:
% cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/services/alice/CVS login (Logging in to email@example.com) CVS password: anoncvs % cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/services/alice/CVS get seam-support seam
Building SEAM on Windows currently requires the cygwin environment. The resulting binaries, however, do not need the cygwin dll.
Building SEAM requires to first build the seam-support module. To do so, execute:
cd seam-support && ./build.sh
On Windows, you will need to edit build.sh and change the line from BUILD_GMP=0 to BUILD_GMP=1 to have the GNU gmp library built. Finally add seam-support/install/bin to your path.
Now you can proceed to building SEAM. Executing
cd seam && make -f Makefile.cvswill setup the Makefiles and configure scripts. Now you can use configure to perform the platform-specific setup. An example invocation on Windows might look like:
mkdir build cd build ../seam/configure \ CXX='g++ -mno-cygwin -DS_IXOTH=S_IXUSR -DS_IXGRP=S_IXUSR' \ CXXFLAGS='-mcpu=pentium3 -march=pentium3' \ CC='gcc -mno-cygwin -DS_IXOTH=S_IXUSR -DS_IXGRP=S_IXUSR' \ CFLAGS='-mcpu=pentium3 -march=pentium3' \ --prefix=../seam-install \ --with-warnings=yes \ --with-zlib=../seam-support/install make install
On unix like operating systems, the (g++|gcc) -mno-cygwin -DS_IXOTH=S_IXUSR -DS_IXGRP=S_IXUSR collapses to (g++|gcc).
Wed Mar 21 12:05:26 2007