# general apt install -y mercurial # YML2 apt install -y python-lxml # libetpan apt install -y git build-essential automake libtool # asn1c apt install -y git build-essential automake libtool # engine apt install -y uuid-dev libgpgme-dev libsqlite3-dev sqlite3
mkdir -p ~/code/yml2 hg clone https://pep.foundation/dev/repos/yml2/ ~/code/yml2
pEp Engine requires libetpan with a set of patches that have not been upstreamed yet.
mkdir -p ~/code/libetpan git clone https://github.com/fdik/libetpan ~/code/libetpan cd ~/code/libetpan mkdir ~/code/libetpan/build ./autogen.sh --prefix="$HOME/code/libetpan/build" make make install
mkdir -p ~/code/asn1c git clone git://github.com/vlm/asn1c.git ~/code/asn1c cd ~/code/asn1c git checkout tags/v0.9.28 -b pep-engine autoreconf -iv mkdir ~/code/asn1c/build ./configure --prefix="$HOME/code/asn1c/build" make make install
mkdir -p ~/code/pep-engine hg clone https://pep.foundation/dev/repos/pEpEngine/ ~/code/pep-engine cd ~/code/pep-engine mkdir ~/code/pep-engine/build
Edit the build configuration to your needs in
Makefile.conf, or create a
local.conf that sets any of the make variables documented in
Makefile.conf. All the default values for the build configuration variables on each platform are documented in
If a dependency is not found in your system's default include or library paths, you will have to specify the according paths in a make variable. Typically, this has to be done at least for YML2, libetpan and asn1c.
For a more detailed explanation of the mechanics of these build configuration files, and overriding defaults, see the comments in
Below is a sample
./local.conf file, for orientation.
PREFIX=$(HOME)/engine/build SYSTEM_DB=$(PREFIX)/share/pEp/system.db YML2_PATH=$(HOME)/yml2 ETPAN_LIB=-L$(HOME)/libetpan/build/lib ETPAN_INC=-I$(HOME)/libetpan/build/include ASN1C=$(HOME)/asn1c/build/bin/asn1c ASN1C_INC=-I$(HOME)/asn1c/build/share/asn1c
The engine is built as follows:
make all make db
The unit tests can be run without the engine library being installed, however
system.db must be installed:
make -C db install
system.db rarely changes, its installation is not needed for every build.
Tests can be compiled and executed with the following commands:
make -C test compile make test