[jamming] (no subject)

David Turner dturner at nds.com
Wed Jun 7 02:15:02 PDT 2006


You must install the Jam binary into your path to be able to use it.
Moveover, the command is 'jam', not 'Jam'

Also, if you want a 'traditional' Unix install (e.g. ./configure && make 
&& make install),
try ftjam-2.5.2, available at the following page:


the page also has precompiled binaries for a few systems, contributions 
for other ones
are welcomed.

Hope this helps,

- David Turner
- The FreeType Project  (www.freetype.org)

shobharanim at zentechnologies.com a écrit :
> Hi,
>   I downloaded Jam 2.5 zip(which is latest) and installed in one folder. 
> According to suggestion I have opened Makefile which is in Src folder and 
> modified line number 47 and saved(I have opend Makefile in openoffice. In 
> line number 47 it is like #CC=gcc and i changed it to #CC=./jam0). 
> Afterwards I gave command Jam in command prompt but it gives the message 
> 'Jam is not recognized command as an internal or external ' like that. 
> I am new to Jam and I don't know how to know Jam is installed properly or 
> not, if it installed how to start work............like that. 
> Can you help me. 
> Thank You
> Sobha.
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