C Cross Referencing & Documentation tool Version 1.6
To install the program, do the following:
1) Run ./configure
The cxref specific options that you can use are:
--enable-us-paper - Enable US paper size instead of A4
--with-cxref-cpp - This forces the cxref-cpp program to be compiled and
used instead of gcc.
--without-cxref-cpp - This forces the cxref-cpp program not to be compiled
and gcc will be used instead.
(Normally the configure script will check if the gcc version that you are
using works the same as cxref-cpp and uses that if it is. The above two
options allow forcing to either use cxref-cpp or gcc in all cases. See the
README file in the cpp directory for details of the differences.)
The list of generic configure options can be seen by using the --help option.
The most useful one is --prefix which allows the installation directory to
be specified. For example './configure --prefix=/usr/local' will install all
of the files under 'bin' and 'man/man*' subdirectories of '/usr/local'.
2) Run 'make' in this directory to make all of the programs
'make docs' in this directory to make the README & documents
'make install' in this directory to install the program.
To install the files with a different root directory you can use
'make install DESTDIR=/some/directory/'. This will prefix all of
the installation directories with '/some/directory/'.
If you are compiling cxref on Windows using the cygwin tools then use
'make install-win32' as the command to install cxref instead of 'make
3) Print doc/README.ps, read doc/README.dvi or browse doc/README.html to
understand how to use the program.