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authorDaniel Lee <daniel.lee@dwd.de>2016-11-08 10:14:08 (GMT)
committerMathis Rosenhauer <rosenhauer@dkrz.de>2016-11-16 12:14:49 (GMT)
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Describe install with CMake rather than configure
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diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL
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--- a/INSTALL
+++ b/INSTALL
@@ -2,14 +2,25 @@
Installation
============
-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
=======================
Intel compiler settings
@@ -26,12 +37,3 @@ On a 3.4 GHz E3-1240 v3 we see more than 400 MiB/s for encoding
typical data.
Using other SIMD instruction sets on older CPUs may also help.
-
-=======
-Windows
-=======
-
-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.