Commit 23f0cec2 authored by Daniel Armbruster's avatar Daniel Armbruster Committed by thomas.forbriger
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This is a legacy commit from before 2015-03-01.
It may be incomplete as well as inconsistent.
See COPYING.legacy and README.history for details.

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# 29/04/2011 V1.0 Daniel Armbruster
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Makefile which provides building a any2matlab package as well as a full
# installation of any2matlab.
# Makefile which provides building a any2matlab package.
# - make -f Makefile.package fullpackage
# Rule to create a full any2matlab package.
# - make -f Makefile.package install
# Rule to install any2matlab on your system.
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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# installation part
# --------------
# create package
# --------------
this is <README.2nd>
this is <README.install>
install any2matlab package
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This file tells how to manage an installation of a downloaded any2matlab
package. If you finished extracting the package first you have to read the file
README.1st. It's quite important to set the corresponding variables correctly.
README.compile. It's quite important to set the corresponding variables
Then you have to be sure that you are located correctly, exactly in a directory
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The next step is quite easy because the only thing you have to do (if all
variables are set correctly and properly) is to execute the following command:
make install
Now the compilation of any2matlab for your system should start. In the
directory $LOCBINDIR/matlab/ you will find a file any2matlab.*. The ending of
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mexglx for x86.
----- END OF README.2nd -----
A manual for any2matlab.* as well as a more detailed installation guide you will
find in <path to the extracted any2matlab package>/src/texts/installDoc/. It's a
latex file delivered with a Makefile to create a *.pdf-document.
There is as well a doxygen documentation for any2matlab in
<path to the extracted any2matlab package>/doc/any2matlab/. This documentation
contains information which fileformats can be read with any2matlab and how to
operate with the program.
----- END OF README.install -----
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