updated HACKING info

Martin Willi 14 years ago
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strongSwan - Development
Subversion repository
Git repository
For interested developers, we have a public repository. To check out and
compile the code, you need the following tools:
- Subversion (1.3.1)
- a recent GNU C complier (gcc-3.4.6)
- recent autotools (autoconf-2.59, automake-1.9.6, libtool-1.5.22)
- the usual strongSwan dependencies (gmp >= 4.1.4, optional curl, ldap)
- perl (5.8.8)
- lex (flex-2.5.33)
- yacc (bison-2.1)
- gperf (3.0.1)
- Doxygen (1.4.6)
- Git
- a recent GNU C complier (>= 3.x)
- recent autotools
- perl
- lex/flex
- yacc/bison
- gperf
- optionally Doxygen
The numbers in brackets represent the versions used on our development systems,
other version MAY work, too. Not all tools are checked by the configure script,
as they are not needed in the tarball distributions, so check them manually.
To check out the master branch, use:
To check out the trunk, use:
svn co http://www.strongswan.org/ikev2/trunk strongswan
git clone http://git.strongswan.org/strongswan.git
After a successful check out, give the autotools a try:
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API documentation
Charon and libstrongswan contain inline code documentation. These comments can
be extracted using doxygen. It is built using 'make apidoc', which creates an
'apidoc' folder containing the HTML files.
strongSwan wiki
uClibc support
To run strongSwan on uClibc, you need at least:
A wiki for users and developers, including ticket system and source browser
is available at
String and Stdio Support --->
[*] Support glibc's register_printf_function()
General Library Settings --->
[*] Support global constructors and destructors
It is fairly untested yet, so don't except to get it running without
further tweaks.