boris at codesynthesis.com
Thu Jun 8 14:28:18 EDT 2006
Behzad <behzad at rocketmail.com> writes:
> Has any one tried to build XSD for solaris x86? I am not sure whats
> needed. I have all GNU tools installed. I have seen the build procesure
> for windows, is the same procedure apply for Solaris?
Yes, except for the following differences:
This step is not needed. You will need fairly recent (3.4.x or later)
This step is not needed.
You will probably need to build boost-jam from sources (quite easy).
Follow standard build instructions for Boost with gcc toolset:
Follow standard instructions from Xerces-C++. You will need to
specify C and C++ compilers to the runConfigure script since
by default it will use Sun C/C++, e.g.:
./runConfigure -p solaris -c gcc -x g++
You don't need to do any modifications to any files in Xerces-C++.
Follow instructions described in the windows build except leave out
everything that refers to stlport or cygwin.
I can provide you with whatever assistance you need in building it
yourself; just send descriptions of any problems to this mailing list.
Alternatively I can build you the binary for Solaris 10, x86.
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