>./MAKE ARCHITECTURE_TYPEARCHITECTURE_TYPE must be one of the following architectures: sunos, solaris, j90, linux, alpha and AIX. The MAKE script makes a directory with the architecture name, and links source files in the directory, and then executes 'make'. This script will make two directories, 'lib' and 'include'. You can install them by typing,
>(cd ARCHITECTURE_TYPE; ./MAKE install-client)If you want to make Ninf for different architecture, simply try ./MAKE ANOTHER_ARCHITECTURE_TYPE. To clean up the diretory, type
>./MAKE clean ARCHITECTURE_TYPE
setenv NINF_DIR /usr/local/ninf
include $(NINF_DIR)/templateThe 'template' file provides macros 'NINF_CFLAGS' and 'NINF_LDFLAGS'. These are needed to link Ninf Libraries. Typical rule for ninf client program is like this.
test: test.c $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(NINF_CFLAGS) -o test test.c $(LDFLAGS) $(NINF_LDFLAGS)In clientTest/ directory , there are some sample programs which can make access our server at ETL, Japan, directly. Please refer the document.
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