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Metaproxy depends on the following tools/libraries:
This is a C++ library based on YAZ.
This is an XSLT processor - based on Libxml2. Both Libxml2 and Libxslt must be installed with the development components (header files, etc.) as well as the run-time libraries.
The popular C++ library. Initial versions of Metaproxy was built with 1.32 but this is no longer supported. Metaproxy is known to work with Boost version 1.33 through 1.62.
In order to compile Metaproxy, a modern C++ compiler is required. Boost, in particular, requires the C++ compiler to facilitate the newest features. Refer to Boost Compiler Status for more information.
Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to compile all the tools that Metaproxy uses. Only few systems have none of the required tools as binary packages. If, for example, Libxml2/libxslt are already installed as development packages, use those (and omit compilation).
USEMARCON is not available as a package at the moment, so Metaproxy must be built from source if that is to be used.
gunzip -c libxml2-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd libxml2-version ./configure make su make install
gunzip -c libxslt-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd libxslt-version ./configure make su make install
gunzip -c usemarcon317.tar.gz|tar xf - cd usemarcon317 ./configure make su make install
gunzip -c yaz-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd yaz-version ./configure make su make install
gunzip -c yazpp-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd yazpp-version ./configure make su make install
Metaproxy needs some Boost libraries. This is most easily installed from source, as explained in getting started.
gunzip -c boost-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd boost-version ./bootsrap.sh --with-libraries=thread,test,regex ./b2 install
The bootstrap should automatically detect the "toolset", otherwise specify this as explained in getting started.
--prefix=DIR to install Boost in other
gunzip -c metaproxy-version.tar.gz|tar xf - cd metaproxy-version ./configure make su make install
You may have to tell configure where Boost is installed by supplying
The former sets the PREFIX for Boost (same as --prefix for Boost above).
The latter the compiler toolset (e.g. gcc34).
--help to configure to get a list of