Ray,yes, we recommend to use the svn trunk. extras is for incubating code until it is stable enough to go into core. Furthermore, things in core should be useful to the general public and not just special cases.
The following should help you to create a minimal CMakeLists.txt. It is based on Makefiles but contains the minimal setup:
http://trac.mi.fu-berlin.de/seqan/wiki/HowTo/UseSeqAnInYourProjects HTH Manuel On 11/23/2011 07:28 AM, Raymond Wan wrote:
Hi Manuel, Thank you for the prompt reply! On 2011-11-22 18:08, Manuel Holtgrewe wrote:there are no silly questions ;) Apparently, you have been confused by the SVN structure. This is a point we will address in the near future with a reorganization. You are looking for the stream.h header in the "extras" library. http://svn.mi.fu-berlin.de/seqan/trunk/seqan/extras/include/seqan/ The stream library is included in the current trunk revision.Ah, I see! So, RecordReader isn't part of the current version of SeqAn? I see. I didn't realize my clicking through the documentation took me from version 1.3 to the extras. Will the extras be moved in with everything else later on? i.e., extras is for "upcoming features"? And yes, I didn't realize there was even an extras/ subdirectory...Apparently, you are using your own build/project files, i.e. not generated with the SeqAn build system. Note that you have to add both "core/include" and "extras/include" to the include path.Ah, yes. I'm adding SeqAn to my CMakeLists.txt rather than adding my project to SeqAn's CMakeLists.txt. I figured if I start off with an empty file, then I have an idea of what goes inside it. SeqAn's looks great but there are a lot of cmake directives I don't quite understand. As I started off with the 1.3 release, I didn't realize there were two include paths. I guess you recommend going with the SVN trunk rather than the older 1.3 release?HTH and don't hesitate to ask more questions.Ok! :-) and thank you for your help! Ray _______________________________________________ seqan-dev mailing list email@example.com https://lists.fu-berlin.de/listinfo/seqan-dev