This page documents some ways of getting tpserver-cpp built.
Note: libtprl is no longer used by tpserver-cpp, the instructions below should be updated.
Make sure you have the following dependencies installed before building
apt-get install autoconf automake libtool build-essential g++ git-core libncurses5-dev guile-1.8-dev boost-build libboost-dev
The follow is how mithro sets up his server, YMMV.
git clone git://git.thousandparsec.net/git/libtprl.git cd libtprl ./autogen.sh ./configure --prefix=/opt/tpserver-cpp make sudo make install cd .. git clone git://git.thousandparsec.net/git/tpserver-cpp.git cd tpserver-cpp ./autogen.sh PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/opt/tpserver-cpp/lib/pkgconfig ./configure --prefix=/opt/tpserver-cpp make sudo make install mkdir /opt/tpserver-cpp/etc cp quickstart-* /opt/tpserver-cpp/etc cd /opt/tpserver-cpp/bin ./tpserver-cpp -C ../etc/quickstart-<gametype>
Building on Mac OS X with Fink
Start with tpserver-cpp version 0.5.1 or later. Many fixes where made for Mac OS X in 0.5.1.
Guile 1.6 or 1.8 must be installed before configuring. Instructions for using version 1.8 are shown here.
fink install guile18 guile18-dev
Since Guile depends on readline, that package will automatically be installed by Fink. By default, the makefile will use the built-in BSD version, which is incompatible. Setting the following environment will tell the configure script of libtprl where to look for the correct headers.