xdvik  22.87.06
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$Id: README 53848 2020-02-19 22:28:45Z karl $
Public domain.  Originally written 2005 by Karl Berry.

For a high-level overview of building TeX Live, see
http://tug.org/texlive/build.html.  In brief:

- To configure and make the source tree, run ./Build.
  This builds in subdirectory Work/, and installs into subdirectory inst/.

- To build (mostly) without optimization, run ./Build --debug.

- If the make fails and you want to rebuild without starting from scratch:
  cd Work/whatever/subdir && make

Email tlbuild@tug.org if problems.

(Nearly everything the Build script does can be overridden via
environment variables; just take a look to see the names.)

Many more details about the TL build system, such as configuring to work
on a single program, adding new programs or libraries, documentation
about the many pieces of the system, etc., are in the doc/tlbuild*
document and the sibling README* files here (which are generated from
that document).

Build information for some of the platforms.
See also Master/tlpkg/bin/tl-update-bindir

  aarch64 Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)
  gcc (Debian 8.3.0-6) 8.3.0
  ./Build --enable-arm-neon=check

i386-netbsd, amd64-netbsd:
  NetBSD/amd64 9.0
  gcc version 7.4.0 (nb3 20190319)
    TL_MAKE=gmake CC=gcc CXX=g++ \
    CXXFLAGS='-D_NETBSD_SOURCE -std=c++11' \
    LDFLAGS='-L/usr/X11R7/lib -Wl,-rpath,/usr/X11R7/lib' \
  ./Build --enable-xindy CLISP=/usr/local/bin/clisp --disable-dvisvgm

i386-freebsd, amd64-freebsd:
  http://anthesphoria.net/FreeBSD/TeXLive-2018/ has details for 2018.
  2019 built on contextgarden, see below.

i386-linux: see travis below.

i386-openbsd, amd64-openbsd:
  e.g., see CONFIGURE_ARGS in the Makefile in

i386-solaris, x86_64-solaris:
  Built on contextgarden, see below.
  Solaris 10, gcc 5.5.  See doc/README.solaris.

i386-cygwin, x86_64-cygwin: gcc-4.8.2, cygwin-1.7.29.
  ./Build (with --enable-xindy for i386).

x86_64-darwin: See Master/source/mactexdoc.tar.xz.

  Mac OS X 10.6, clang 5.0, libc++ required
  (These links have info on all platforms built by Mojca.)

  Alpine 3.1 Docker image with musl libc 1.1.5
  Binaries are taken from the CI testing on travis-ci
  see the source/.travis.yaml file for details on how to build,
  and tlpkg/bin/tl-update-bindir for updating binaries (in general).