Commit 73b91798 authored by Daniel Lee's avatar Daniel Lee Committed by Mathis Rosenhauer

Describe install with CMake rather than configure

parent 12830329
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Installation
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The most common installation procedure on Unix-like systems looks as
follows.
The installation procedure uses CMake, as follows:
Unpack the tar archive and change into the unpacked directory.
./configure
make check install
mkdir build
cd build
cmake .. # CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/.local
make install
You can set options for compiling using the CMake GUI by replacing the cmake
command with
cmake-gui ..
or by setting the options manually, e.g.
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/local ..
in order to set the install prefix to ~/local
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Intel compiler settings
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typical data.
Using other SIMD instruction sets on older CPUs may also help.
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Windows
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As an alternative way to build libaec you can use CMake. CMake can
also generate project files for Microsoft Visual Studio. This allows
you to build AEC.DLL and SZIP.DLL which can be used with the Windows
version of HDF5.
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