Cartes du Ciel is free software released under the terms of the
GNU General Public License \
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Create a new directory for the source code. You have two ways to get the code:
If you just want to compile the software without using the Lazarus interactive environment you can use the scripts available in the base directory.
Before running these scripts be sure to have the Free Pascal binaries in your PATH environment, this is where you find the fpcmake command.
In the base directory you also found the buildpkg.sh script I use to automatically build the packages for Linux and Windows.
./configure [fpc=free_pascal_path] [lazarus=lazarus_path] [prefix=installation_path] make make install make install_data
For example to install the complete software from source :
sudo apt-get install build-essential lazarus git clone https://github.com/pchev/skychart.git cd skychart ./configure fpc=/usr/lib/fpc/3.0.4 lazarus=/usr/lib/lazarus/1.8.0 prefix=/usr/local make sudo make install sudo make install_data sudo make install_cat1 sudo make install_cat2 sudo make install_pict
configure.cmd make make install make install_data
First, install the required components from src/skychart/component directory.
Click “Open Package”, select “component/cdccomponents.lpk”, click “Compile”, “Install”, accept to install anyway.
When the installer tells you to rebuild Lazarus say Yes.
You can now open the main project files skychart/cdc.lpi, select the build mode you want and compile.
Lazarus show by default the last form added to the project. To view the main form use the menu Project / Forms, and select f_main.
To run in debug adjust Run-Run Parameters-Working Directory to your CDC directory.
To reduce the executable size for production, select the Release build mode.
To know which version of Lazarus is require for a specific version of Skychart, install the binary version and look at the menu Help / About. There is a line that show the FPC and Lazarus version used.
Install Lazarus from http://lazarus.freepascal.org. See http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/Installing_Lazarus for more information.
Launch Lazarus and open the menu Package - Install/Uninstall Packages.
Check that Printer4Lazarus and TurboPowerIPro are installed, this is normally the case.
If not, install them from lazarus/component :
I use the following procedure to install or update Free Pascal and Lazarus on Linux with the cross compiler for Windows:
cd ~/fpc # svn co http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/fpc/branches/fixes_xxx svn up make clean make build sudo make install make clean OS_TARGET=win32 CPU_TARGET=i386 make build OS_TARGET=win32 CPU_TARGET=i386 sudo make crossinstall OS_TARGET=win32 CPU_TARGET=i386 ver=`fpc -iV` sudo ln -f -s /usr/local/lib/fpc/$ver/ppc386 /usr/local/bin sudo ln -f -s /usr/local/lib/fpc/$ver/ppcross386 /usr/local/bin cd ~/lazarus # svn co http://svn.freepascal.org/svn/lazarus/trunk . svn up make clean make OS_TARGET=win32 CPU_TARGET=i386 clean make bigide make OS_TARGET=win32 CPU_TARGET=i386 bigide
The following naming convention is used for the main project source code to enable quick recognition of the destination of the units.
cdc.lpi : The main project pu_*.pas : Form units with specific code only pu_*.lfm : Form definition cu_*.pas : Unit containing non-visual object. u_*.pas : Unit with generic code.
|- src -| < base directory, compilation scripts |- skychart | < skychart module |- component < project component |- library < project library |- ... |- units < all compilation object go here |- varobs | < varobs module |- tools | - data < the "data" directory structure require to run the progran | - cat < the basic catalogs, the program used to build them | - ... < other data files