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OpenSP autoconf support

We have dropped the old SP Makefiles in favour of the GNU configuration tools automake, autoconf and libtool. If building OpenSP doesn't work out of the box on your system, we'd like to receive feedback and patches for your operating system.

Usage

% ./configure; make; make install

configure options

--help
Print a full list of options. This document only deals with the non-standard options.
--enable-http
Include support for HTTP.
--enable-default-catalog=pathlist
Provide one or more default catalog files or sysids.
--enable-default-search-path=pathlist
Provide a default value for SGML_SEARCH_PATH.

Local defines

If you have some extra additions to OpenSP, you can set CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS and/or LDFLAGS/LIBS at configure time:

CXXFLAGS=-Dmyhacks LDFLAGS=-L/opt/myhacks LIBS=-lmyhacks ./configure

Check the invocation of ld in Makefile for the exact semantics of LDFLAGS and LIBS.

Tested platforms

Shared library support

By default, ./configure attempts to build shared libraries and link against them. This is done via the libtool utility, a utility that knows how to build shared libraries on a number of platforms.

By default, only shared libraries are built. If you have difficulties building shared libraries, or you want to build static versions, you can use the --{enable,disable}-{shared,static} options to configure libtool to your likings.

According to the libtool 1.2 docs, shared libraries work on:

One more note from the libtool documentation: the HP/UX sed seems to be badly broken, install GNU sed before attempting to build - libtool depends on a working sed.

Note: shared libraries seem to be broken on HP-UX 10.* with gcc-2.95.2. Use --disable-shared.