This package includes the source files of a stand alone library tgraph,
the editor pigale and the client program
and the souces of the freeglut library
The editor and the client use the Qt4 toolkit and
the OpenGL libraries for the 3-dimensional drawings.
freeglut library (used to display text in the 3d drawings),
Linux and Mac OSX
Pigale uses GNU configure for the compilation and installation configurations.
Run the configure script: ./configure [options]
By default, the prefix for installation is /usr/local/pigaleXXX.
If you don't have a write permission, you must provide another directory where
you have a write permission: ./configure --prefix=$PWD.
Usually the location of the installation of Qt is defined by the environment variable QT4DIR.
If you are using Ubuntu and want to use the already installed
Qt4 package use the following option ./configure --enable-ubuntu.
You must habe installed the libqt4-devlibqt4-opengl-dev packages;
For more options run: ./configure --help
These options, in particular, let you define the prefix, the mode (debug) etc.
Next run the following commands:
If the prefix points to the directory containing the sources of Pigale, you do not need
to run make install (pigale will be in prefix/qt).
If automake complains, you may try to execute: aclocal && automake -ac && autoconf
before running ./configure
The following directories are created during the installation:
$prefix/tgf (graph files)
On most distributions Qt4 is installed,
but some Qt4 tools might have been renamed.
In such case, you may
Edit the file pigale.inc
Edit the file runqmake.sh to provide the right qmake command to use.
Run ./runqmake.sh to create the Makefiles
In the directories tgraph, freeglut, qt and
Mac OSX (tested On Snow Leopard)
The automatic configuration suppose the standard QT installation as provided by NOKIA,
We use the freeglut library distributed with OSX.
Xcode project files are also created during the configuration