Re: installation of libSBML 2.3.4/SBML Toolbox2.0.2
27 Jan '11 15:44
> Dear Frank,
> I think I got the same result... I will write out the steps I took in case I did something wrong.
> 1. change the file '/libsbml-4.2.0/src/bindings/matlab/make.ini'
this should have been: src/bindings/matlab/Makefile.in in the libsbml-4.2.0 folder
> 2. in terminal:
> cd /home/celine/Downloads/libsbml-4.2.0
> ./configure --with-matlab=Application/Programming/MATLAB\ R2010b
if you configure like that this will assume that you have an application folder within the current directory. For me the command line looks like this
please make sure that this is the path for you. from your lines below i would have expected that line to read:
Please post the last couple of lines of the configure command here, for me they read:
Other libSBML configuration settings:
Installation $prefix = /usr/local
Using MATLAB with path = /Applications/MATLAB_R2010b.app/bin/matlab
Using zlib with path = autodetect
Using bzip2 with path = autodetect
Other potentially important settings:
Compression support is enabled for .zip, .gz and .bz2 files
MATLAB architecture assumed =
MATLAB binary file extension = mexmaci64
> sudo make install
> sudo ldconfig
> (Note: this time, there were many more lines coming out after the 'make install' command, but in the end looks similar to previous attempts)
In order to be able to help you it would be great if you could change into the matlab directory, compile there and post us the results in a text file:
for me this results in:
Warning: You are using gcc version "4.0.1". The version
currently supported with MEX is "4.3.4".
For a list of currently supported compilers see:
cp -f .libs/TranslateSBML.mexmaci64 .
Is this file created for you?
> 3. in new terminal:
> echo $PATH
> which mex
> cd /home/celine/Downloads/SBMLToolbox-3.0.0/toolbox
> export CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include
> export LDLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
Is there a particular reason you are using SBMLToolbox 3.0.0, I would recommend using the 3.1.2 version.
> (Many many warnings follow, then finally
> mex: compile of ' "OutputSBML.c"' failed.
In any case we will need to see the output of this result in order to help you.
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