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mknemo - attempt to find NEMO programs and install them

Synopsis

mknemo program(s)

Description

mknemo attempts to find the source code of the program(s) specified on the command line, and tries to compile them. If successfull, the binary will be placed in $NEMOBIN. Add the ’-u’ flag if your NEMO is under CVS control, so you can force an update before the build.

Finding the method how to install program takes several paths:

First, if a file $NEMO/src/scripts/mknemo.d/program exists, it is assumed to be a shell script with directions how to install this program. gyrfalcON is an example of such a complex program.

Next, within the $NEMO/src (optionally also the $NEMO/usr tree) a source file program.c (or C++ or Fortran) is looked for, which is compiled with a local Makefile (or a template if none is available). tsf is an example of this type of program.

Finally, if still no source code is found, a directory with the name program is searched for, and a local Makefile is then used to install the program. hackcode1 is am example of this type of program.

After the binary is moved over to $NEMOBIN, the script mkpdoc is called to see if the doc(5) file needs to be updated.

Options


  -c CODE   search for CODE.c to set the directory for target(s)
  -n N      selection of N-th element from unresolved list [1]
  -s DIR    root directory to start search [$NEMO/src]
  -a        also search $NEMO/usr 
  -r        remove lockfile before starting
  -d        also make doc file (only for true NEMO programs)
  -t        cleanup after having made the binaries
  -T        cleanup before making the binaries
  -u        update your NEMO cvs tree before (re)making
  -l        recompile the library before (re)making 
  -g        use gmake, instead of make
  -v        more verbose, it will report version and cvsid of program

Examples

Here are some examples of the non-default control files in $NEMO/src/scripts/mknemo.d:
firstn        nbody code
glnemo       glnemo graphics
gyrfalcON       falcON tools (gyrfalcON, mkplum, the acc’s and manip’s)
rotcur        rotcur program (there is also a confusing rotcur potential(5NEMO))

See Also

mkbin(8NEMO)

Author

Peter Teuben

Files


$NEMO/src/scripts/mknemo.d    directory with non-default control files for mknemo
$NEMOLIB/NEMORC        environment variables
$NEMOLIB/makedefs    make variables
$NEMOLIB/libnemo.a    main NEMO library
$NEMOLIB/yapp*.o    various device drivers
$NEMO/src              source tree searched for programs/directories
$NEMO/adm/install/mknemo.log    logfile of all previous installs done
$NEMO/adm/install/mknemo.lock    lockfile, to prevent multiple usage

Update History


21-jun-91    V1.0: doc created           PJT
25-jun-91    V1.1: added lockfile         PJT
4-apr-01    V1.3: added extension making for NEMO V3    PJT
20-jun-03    V1.4: added -u flag    PJT
16-dec-03    V1.5: added -l flag, also cloned sbin/mkstarlab    PJT
11-jun-04    V2.4: added -a flag    PJT


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