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INSTALLING AWE
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Linux/Unix Requirements
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Gnu C, Python 2, OCaml 4.05 or later, make, ar and the Boehm GC.

In Debian or Ubuntu install the packages:

      gcc ocaml-nox python2 binutils libgc-dev


Windows Requirements
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I recommend using the Windows 10 Linux Subsystem.

Awe should compile under Cygwin unmodified, but Algol programs 
will not have garbage collection for records.


Building Awe
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These are commands to compile and install Awe, to be run from within
the "awe/" source code directory:

make

   This builds Awe, then performs a large number of automated tests on it.

sudo make install

   This installs Awe. 

   The default destination is the standard "/usr/local" directories.
   Edit Makefile if you do not want this.

man awe

   Learn how to run your new Algol W compiler.

That's it, it should be that simple.


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Feel free to ask me any questions. 
My email address is in the distribution file.

--Glyn Webster, 2012

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