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Using these steps I was able to build the CCL lib on Ubuntu 20.04 without any problem.

I generally don't "install" the CIGI lib on Linux. Traditionally, I have either had a set of dependent library include & lib directories in their own install location of which CIGI is one of several or I have bundled the CIGI lib with a deliverable/deployed application.

If I were to install it, I would expect it to go to /usr/local/lib/cigicl, /usr/local/include/cigicl, and /usr/local/share/pkgconfig/cigicl.pc or similar. I'm not well versed in CMake, but looking at the config files I don't think it currently does this.

Best regards,

Curt

On Mon, 20 Jul 2020 22:27:20 +0100, Roland Humphries <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Cmake is pretty easy on linux, I tested building earlier today using WSL (hence the fixes from this morning), I just did the following:
>        enter the cigi\ccl directory
>        mkdir _linux
>        cd _linux
>        cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" -S ../
>        make
>this generates the output libraries in the _linux\lib directory, it's the install process that I'm not sure about with linux. I am getting the visual studio generated files put into a ccl\Build directory (using the scripts) which I thought we could use for deploying builds in the future, but that's different for linux with the package stuff.

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