-[Note: Cygwin users see INSTALL.CYGWIN.]
+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)
+won't work due to a regression bug so please don't report any errors with
- 1. Overview for the impatient
- $ ./configure --prefix=/path/to/wml
+ cmake-gui .. # For the GUI configuration applet
+ ccmake .. # For the Curses-based configuration applet
+ cmake .. # Non-interactive application.
+This will build and install WML and its related programs.
installation WML occupies approximately 3 MB of disk space.
- Make sure you have Perl 5.003 (works, but perhaps problems can occur),
- Perl 5.005 (works best) or later already installed on your system. You
- can find the homepage of Perl on <URL:http://www.perl.com/> and the
- Perl distribution on <URL:http://language.perl.com/info/software.html>.
+ 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
3. Configuring the source tree
+ [OUT OF DATE - TO UPDATE]
The next step is to configure the WML source tree for your particular
system/platform. The important information here is to set a location
prefix where WML is to be installed later, because WML has to be