~arivigo/sline

f5f96db939702cc5f3f93a9a381299d417d891f0 — Ariadna Vigo 7 months ago 42f1715
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Customize the build process by changing ``config.mk`` to suit your needs.

### No dynamic library version support

sline only provides a static library. It's out of the goals of this project to
implement a dynamic library version of it. Static libraries allow easier
integration into testing and are easier to deploy in general.

## Install

You may install sline by running the following command as root:


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# make install
```

This will install the static library under ``$PREFIX/lib``, as defined by your
environment, or ``/usr/local/lib`` by default. Header files will be installed
under ``${PREFIX}/include``, or ``/usr/local/include`` by default. The Makefile 
supports the ``$DESTDIR`` variable as well.
This will install both a static and a dynamic library under ``$PREFIX/lib``, as 
defined by your environment, or ``/usr/local/lib`` by default. Header files 
will be installed under ``${PREFIX}/include``, or ``/usr/local/include`` by 
default. The Makefile supports the ``$DESTDIR`` variable as well.

Depending on your platform you might need to recreate the linker cache to make
the dynamic library available to your system. Usually, this is performed via
``ldconfig(8)``, but refer to your system's documentation.

## API manuals