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Source package is built using autotools scripts: move to the source top directory then type "./configure" and "make dist", it should create a .tar.gz file ready to be released.
 
Source package is built using autotools scripts: move to the source top directory then type "./configure" and "make dist", it should create a .tar.gz file ready to be released.

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Warning: This document is out of date. Use at your own risk.

Source package is built using autotools scripts: move to the source top directory then type "./configure" and "make dist", it should create a .tar.gz file ready to be released.

Binaries

Autopackage (Linux)

Install the "Autopackage Development Environment" (available here) then go the source top directory and type "./configure" and "makepackage", a .package file for yabause will be created.

Mac OS X

After the binaries have been compiled, go to src/carbon and run the "build_dmg.sh" script which will create a ready-to-distribute disk image. New files that should be included should also be added to the script.

Windows

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