Disclaimer don't get the wrong idea about what you've found here

What appears below are my personal notes I wish were part of my long-term memory but don't always seem to fit. I strive for accuracy and clarity and appreciate feedback. If applying any of this information anywhere, confirm for youself the correctness of your work as what you see below might very well be, albeit unintentionally, incorrect or misleading. These notes are here as an easy reference for myself.

Information worthy of a more formal presentation will appear elsewhere than this "Scratch" area. - ksb

Akenti Developer Notes

Build a developer's sandbox

# Goto the dir underwhich you want your akenti sandbox (the dir
# 'akenti') to live.

  # Create a bunch of dirs (change 'linux' with 'sun-sol-gcc' on a Sun
  # running Solaris building with gcc):
  $ mkdir -p akenti/src akenti/build/linux akenti/release/linux
  $ cd akenti/src		   # Get into the src dir you just created.
  $ cvs get akentiAll		   # This pulls several dirs from cvs.
  $ vi CVS/Entries and add:        # I know. I've got to fix the modules file
  $ autoconf			   # This create the 'configure' script by reading the configure.in file.
  $ cd ../build/linux		   # Get into your platform-specific build area.
  $ ../../src/configure --with-gcc # Run the configure script created above by
				   # autoconf - this creates an empty tree with
				   # all the Makefiles under this build dir.
  $ make		# This builds everything.

# If you want to build only a sub-set, then cd into that dir under
# your build dir and run make there.

Run the unit tests

# There are details in the file 'akenti/src/testcase/README' but the
# quick and dirty way is:
  $ cd akenti/build/linux/testcase
  $ make test	# You may want to run this twice because the first
		# time much of it's output will be building the
		# testcases.  It's the output of running the testcases
		# that are important.

# To run the same unit tests with with a different resrouce tree:
  # This is going to be replaced, so save the old one if desired.
  $ cd /home/g1/proj/akenti/release/common; mv testResourceTree testResourceTree.old
  $ cd akenti/build/linux/exampleConfig
  $ make install
# This will create a new resrouce tree (under /home/g1/proj/akenti)
# and then run the same test as above againsts it.

Create a binary distribution

# This is done from within the project area, so if you want to build
# from the latest from CVS, you'll need to update.

# To update:
  $ cd /home/g1/proj/akenti/src		# cd into the the project area
  $ cvs up				# only if you want the latest from cvs

# Otherwise
  $ cd /home/g1/proj/akenti/build/{linux,sun-sol-gcc}/DistPkg/lib-bin
  $ make clean		# This isn't strictly necessary
  $ make install	# Does the tar and gzip

# Look for the AK1.2-lib-bin.{linux,sun-sol-gcc}.tar.gz file.  This
# will need to be moved to george for publication.

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Last Modified: Monday, 25-Feb-2013 16:57:57 PST