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Installing lpdoc

Author(s): Manuel Hermenegildo.

Version: 1.9#58 (2002/4/19, 20:59:33 CEST)

Version of last change: 1.9#40 (1999/12/9, 21:3:59 MET)

The source distribution contains all the source code and libraries and can be compiled on a supported Prolog system ( lpdoc is developed using Ciao Prolog). The latest publically distributed version of lpdoc is available from http:://www.clip.dia.fi.upm.es/Software/Ciao. A newer version in Beta test is often available in http:://www.clip.dia.fi.upm.es/Software/Beta/Ciao.

Installing the source distribution

Other software packages required

The most basic functionality of lpdoc (generating manuals in .texi format, short manua entries in .manl format, generating index files) is essentially self contained. However, using the full capabilities of lpdoc requires having several other software packages installed in the system. Fortunately, all of these packages are public domain software and they will normally be already installed in, e.g., a standard Linux distribution. It should be relatively easy to get and install the required packages in other Unix-like packages or even in Windows, under the Cygwin environment.


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