|Compiling Atrinik Server|
|Development -> Compiling Atrinik ServerFirst of all, you will need to get the server code. The easiest and fastest way is to grab a daily package.
Another way is to use Git to checkout the Atrinik repository on GitHub, which will make it easy to update your local copy. This command would checkout the entire Atrinik repository, complete with arches, server, client, etc:
git clone git://github.com/atrinik/atrinik.git
(Set Up Git)
Compiling for GNU/Linux
1. Install/compile Python 3.3, Python 3.3 development files, zlib, libpthread and libcurl. You will also need build essentials, flex and cmake. For Ubuntu/Debian they are in packages that can be installed with aptitude or apt-get as root.
2. Type "cmake ."
3. Type "make"
4. Type "./server.sh" and the server should start
apt-get install python3.3 python3.3-dev libpython3.3 libcurl4-openssl-dev zlib1g-dev libpthread-stubs0-dev build-essential flex cmake
On Debian you might need to install Python 3.2 or compile it yourself.
Compiling for Windows
See: Atrinik-Development for Windows tutorial.