STLSOFTenvironment variable to be the root directory of the STLSoft include files. (See the STLSoft distribution for more details.) Because STLSoft is 100% header-only, there are no further steps required.
The distribution is in the form of a zip file, e.g.
xtests-1.0.1.zip which you should extract (recursively) to a location of your choice, e.g. c:\opensrc\xTests\1.0, or ~/opensrc/xTests/1.0, which will be referred to in the subsequent documentation as
builddirectory. For example, the makefile for Borland C/C++ v5.6 is in
build/bc56. Since Borland is only supported on Windows, there is a single makefile called
Hence, to build xTests for Borland C/C++ 5.6 you need open a Windows command box (with the environment set up for the compiler and linker) and execute the following command:
<XTESTS-install-dir>\build\bc56> make -f makefile
makefile.win32are provided. Most
maketools require that you explicitly specify the makefile name (using
-f) to use such makefiles, e.g.
make -f makefile.unix.
Just open the workspace file
xtests.vc6.dsw, located in the root directory (i.e.
<XTESTS-install-dir>), and select the Build-All option.
STLSOFTenvironment variable set up correctly.
to be completed
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