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For your convenience, [https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/libs/predicate/repository/revisions/master/changes/tools/cmakepredicate.sh '''cmakepredicate.sh'''] script has been prepared with default configuration settings. You can find it in tools/ subdirectory of the source code.
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{{ForDevelopers}}
  
Use it as follows:
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==Requirements==
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*C++ compiler
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*Qt 4.5 or newer
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==Get the source code==
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See the [[../Download|Download]] page. Download Predicate source code as explained on the [[../Download|Download]] page. The root directory of the source code will be referred as {predicate-source-dir}.
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==Build recipe==
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For your convenience, [https://projects.kde.org/projects/playground/libs/predicate/repository/revisions/master/changes/tools/cmakepredicate.sh '''cmakepredicate.sh'''] script has been prepared with default configuration settings. You can find it in tools/ subdirectory of the source code. Use it as follows:
  
Download Predicate source code as explained on the [[../Download|Download]] page. The root directory of the source code will be referred as {predicate-source-dir}. Then use these shell commands:
 
 
  mkdir {predicate-build-dir}
 
  mkdir {predicate-build-dir}
  
ou can set $PREDICATE_INSTALL_PREFIX environment.
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You can set $PREDICATE_INSTALL_PREFIX environment.
  
 
Better pick your {predicate-build-dir} outside of the source code.
 
Better pick your {predicate-build-dir} outside of the source code.

Revision as of 16:29, 19 December 2010

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This page is intended for power users and developers

Requirements

  • C++ compiler
  • Qt 4.5 or newer

Get the source code

See the Download page. Download Predicate source code as explained on the Download page. The root directory of the source code will be referred as {predicate-source-dir}.

Build recipe

For your convenience, cmakepredicate.sh script has been prepared with default configuration settings. You can find it in tools/ subdirectory of the source code. Use it as follows:

mkdir {predicate-build-dir}

You can set $PREDICATE_INSTALL_PREFIX environment.

Better pick your {predicate-build-dir} outside of the source code.

cd {predicate-build-dir}
{predicate-source-dir}/tools/cmakepredicate.sh {predicate-source-dir}

You need to type the above command only once, to configure the cmake-based buildsystem. Then just type:

 make
 make install

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