currently, TEA version 3 is defined by the sample extension. For documentation, look in the tea subdirectory. The old documentation should be ignored wherever it conflicts with the sample extension.To generate the documentation as manpages, run tea/toman.tclTo generate the documentation in html, use the ::doctools utility of Tcllib
Does anyone have any thoughts and suggestions on how one goes from writing some C code to creating the configure.in, Makefile.in, etc. files, for people unfamilar with working with those files?Do we just take the ones from sample extension and use them as is, or are there commands that we need to run to customize them for a specific application?
LVwikignome - 2012-02-27 13:03:33Re: creating TEA structure from C codeThat's a great question. I am pretty certain that you cannot use the files exactly as is, since they are set up to generate the Makefile and to build the code for the sample.If someone out there has regularly made use of the TEA structure to create the configure and makefile for their own code, could you start a page on steps that you find helpful?Thank you!