Please note that you must have numarray installed to be able to compile the python wrap. Also note that it's really worth it!
If you have not yet done so, copy Makefile.defs.tmpl to Makefile.defs and edit it to contain your preferred installation path. Normally, the base path is
/usr/local, so binaries will go to
/usr/local/bin , libraries to
/usr/local/lib and header files to
Now you can just type
# make # make pythonwrap
After a cvs update it might happen that you are advised to edit Makefile.defs again. You can safely leave your settings, but it would be wise to compare Makefile.defs.tmpl with Makefile.defs to see if any important declarations are missing in the latter.
# make install # make python_install
Upon installation, the script gracetmpl-config will be installed in the binary destination directory. It can be taken by projects using GraceTMPL to identify the necessary CFLAGS and LIBS settings for compilation of the project. You can use '
gracetmpl-config --cflags' and '
gracetmpl-config --libs' for that.
# make test
.agr files you can open with
If all prerequisites are met, just type
# make doc