[Lognorm] getting started document
Champ Clark III [Softwink]
champ at softwink.com
Mon Jan 17 23:53:13 CET 2011
On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 01:33:00PM -0800, david at lang.hm wrote:
> the format of the rulebase files seems pretty straightforward, but where
> can I find the list of what datatypes are supported?
Keep in mind that liblognorm is pretty young at this point.
So more documentation probably needs to be done. Also, there's not
much in the way of rulebase files yet, but that will likely change
in the future. Right now, you're probably going to have to write your
own rulebase files. When you do that, keep a copy so that you can
send them in later. :)
> also, where can I find an example of how to compile the rulebase, and an
> example program that uses the rulebase?
Check out "normalizer.c" with the liblognorm git. It's a basic
program that does normalization.
> David Lang
> On Mon, 17 Jan 2011, david at lang.hm wrote:
> > documentation of how to get started is not easy to find (if it exists yet)
> > I found how to download via git
> > git clone git://git.adiscon.com/git/liblognorm liblognorm
> > and then did autoreconf -fvi followed by ./configure but configure died
> > because it needs libestr
> > this seems to be available via git
> > git clone git://git.adiscon.com/git/libestr libestr
> > then did autoreconf -fvi followed by ./configure ; make ; make install
> > I then found that libee is needed
> > git clone git://git.adiscon.com/git/libee libee
> > autoreconf -fvi; ./configure ; make ; make install
> > this finally let the ./configure; make ; make install work for liblognorm
> > now to hunt for how to use it ;-)
> > David Lang
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