How to extract a bundled libray (SOLID-2.0) from speed-dreams and build a seperately
Basically, bundled libraries are not allowed in Fedora, see
The src/modules/simu/simuv2.1/SOLID-2.0 lib should be packaged
separately as rpm package. Since it doesn't exist in Fedora today
qhull, which SOLID possibly depends on, exists in Fedora (v 2003.1).
The original extracted SOURCE from speed-dreams is available on:
In case you have a recent GNU developers environment installed, simply
typing `make' in the root of the distribution directory will build the
library, a sample client and documentation.
If you want to use another compiler, you should make the necessary changes
to the `Make-config' file in the root directory. Also, if you wish to
build a SOLID that uses the Qhull library, you need to make adjustments to
the `Make-config' file. This file contains instructions on how to
The auxiliary C++ classes in `include/3D' may be used for performing 3D
transformations. The classes have all their code inlined, so you do not
need to link a library in order to use them.
Can somebody help me to create a Make-config for SOLID-2.0