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Basic Installation==================Libsearpc requires several other packages to be built. Before installing, read the `README` file andMAKE SURE the required packages have been installed in your system.1. If you downladed a tarball. Extract it to some path like `~/dev`, and cd ~/dev/libsearpc-1.0If you git-cloned it from the repo, just cd into the directory.2. run the following commands sequentially:./autogen.sh./configuremakemake installNote that `make install` requires root privilege, for example `sudo make install` in Debian distribution.Optionally compile pysearpc===========================By default, Pysearpc are compiled. If you'd like to not compile pysearpc, use the following command:./configure --enable-compile-python=noIn this way, Pysearpc would not be compiled or installed.In MacOs, if you want to use py2app, you would better run the following commnads:./configure LDFLAGS="-Xlinker -headerpad_max_install_names"In this way, the following error will be avoided:raise ValueError("New Mach-O header is too large to relocate")Optionally compile demos========================By default, a pair of client/server demo programs are compiled. If you'd like to disable this, usethe following command:./configure --enable-compile-demo=noNote that whatever your choice is, the demos would never be installed. They just stay in the sourcedirectory.Other options=============Other options provided by Autoconf can be found in the manual of GNU Autoconf.http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/manual/autoconf.html
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