-WML was converted to use CMake ( http://www.cmake.org/ )
+WML was converted to use CMake ( http://www.cmake.org/ )
starting from version 2.2.0. You'll need to install CMake version 2.6.3
or later from your distribution's repository or from its source
distribution. *NOTE*: CMake 2.6.2 (that ships with some releases of Ubuntu)
The following requirements exist for building WML:
Make sure you have 8 MB of temporary free disk space. After
installation WML occupies approximately 3 MB of disk space.
- Make sure you have Perl 5.008 or later already installed on your
- system. You can find the homepages of Perl on
+ Make sure you have Perl 5.008 or later already installed on your
+ system. You can find the homepages of Perl on
<URL:http://www.perl.com/> and <URL:http://www.perl.org/> .
Make sure you have an ANSI-C compiler installed. The GNU C compiler
(GCC) from the Free Software Foundation (FSF) is recommended. You
can find the homepage of GNU on <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/> and the
GCC distribution on <URL:ftp://gcc.gnu.org/pub/gcc/>.
- o SVr4 compatible Curses library:
+ o SVr4 compatible Curses library:
Make sure you have a SVr4-like Curses library installed. If your
systems Curses library is not of this time, then you have to install
one of these free variants:
Now you can build the programs, manpages and include files which form the
WML toolkit by running the command
Please be patient, this takes approximately 2 minutes to complete on a
- Pentium-II/400 platform.
+ Pentium-II/400 platform.
5. Installing the toolkit
Now its time to install the toolkit's programs in $prefix/bin, the
manpages in $prefix/man and auxiliary, include and Perl-Module files in
$prefix/lib/ (or $prefix/lib/wml/ if $prefix does not already contain the
(see wml::all(3)) which need third-party programs to be able to provide
their full functionality:
To use this include file you need the Simple Document Format (SDF)
package. You can find the package at <URL:http://www.mincom.com/mtr/sdf/>.
To use this include file you need at least the gFONT program from
Ralf S. Engelschall which can be found at