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Obtaining the sources
=====================

Source tarballs for socket_wrapper can be downloaded from

  https://ftp.samba.org/pub/cwrap/

The source code repository for socket wrapper is located under

  git://git.samba.org/socket_wrapper.git

To create a local copy, run

  $ git clone git://git.samba.org/socket_wrapper.git
  $ cd socket_wrapper

Building from sources
=====================

socket_wrapper uses cmake (www.cmake.org) as its build system.

In an unpacked sources base directory, create a directory to
contain the build results, e.g.

  $ mkdir obj
  $ cd obj

Note that "obj" is just an example. The directory can
be named arbitrarily.

Next, run cmake to configure the build, e.g.

  $ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<prefix> ..

or on a 64 bit red hat system:

  $  cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<prefix> -DLIB_SUFFIX=64 ..

The "<prefix>" should be replaced by the intended installation
target prefix directory, typically /usr or /usr/local.

Note that the target directory does not have to be a direct
or indirect subdirectory of the source base directory: It can
be an arbitrary directory in the system. In the general case,
".." has to be replaced by a relative or absolute path of the
source base directory in the "cmake" command line.

One can control the build type with "-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=<mode>"
where <mode> can be one of Debug, Release, RelWithDebInfo, and
some more (see cmake.org). The default is "RelWithDebInfo".

After configuring with cmake, run the build with

  $ make

Unit testing
============

In order to support running the test suite after building,
the cmocka unit test framework needs to be installed (cmocka.org),
and you need to specify

  -DUNIT_TESTING=ON

in the cmake run. After running "make",

  $ make test

runs the test suite.

Installing
==========

socket_wrapper is installed into the prefix directory
after running "cmake" and "make" with

  $ make install