Then run the following command to configure HTMLDOC for installation in the default directories:
The default configuration will install HTMLDOC in the /usr/bin directory with the data files under
/usr/share/htmldoc and the documentation and on-line help under /usr/share/doc/htmldoc. Use the
option to change the installation prefix to a different directory such as /usr/local:
./configure --prefix=/usr/local ENTER
If the OpenSSL library is not installed in a standard location for your compilers, use the
options to point to the OpenSSL library:
./configure --with-openssl-libs=/path/to/openssl/lib \
HTMLDOC is built from a Makefile in the distribution's main directory. Simply run the "make" command to
If you get any fatal errors, please report them on the
mailing list referenced on the HTMLDOC
Please note the version of HTMLDOC that you are using as well as any pertinent system information such as
the operating system, OS version, compiler, and so forth. Omitting this information may delay or prevent a
solution to your problem.
Once you have compiled the software successfully, you may install HTMLDOC by running the following
make install ENTER
If you are installing in a restricted directory like /usr then you'll need to be logged in as root.
Compiling on Windows Using Visual C++
A Visual C++ 2008 workspace file and associated project files are included in the source distribution under
the "visualc" directory. Open the workspace file "htmldoc.dsw", adjust the FLTK include and project file
locations, and then build the HTMLDOC target.
You also need to download the FLTK library in order to compile HTMLDOC with
Installing with Visual C++
To install HTMLDOC with Visual C++, open the MSI file that is created by the Visual C++ solution file.
That will populate the necessary registry entries:
HTMLDOC 1.8.29 Software Users Manual
Compiling under UNIX/Linux