Commit 6f2bee7d authored by Steve Lhomme's avatar Steve Lhomme

mkclean/mkvalidator: clean the readme

git-svn-id: https://matroska.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/matroska/trunk/foundation_src@798 a6f86f6d-0131-4f8e-9e7b-e335508773d5
parent 94cfda36
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ rely on Core-C (BSD) which adds an object API on top of the C language.
** BUILDING **
To build mkclean you have to build coremake first:
You can either run ./configure on Linux or
You can either run ./configure on Linux/OS X or
- Just compile <root>/corec/tools/coremake/coremake.c with your C compiler.
- run coremake from the root of the source :
* "coremake.exe vs9_win32" to generate the project files for Visual Studio 2008
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......@@ -13,8 +13,8 @@ mkclean depends on libebml2 (BSD) and libmatroska2 (BSD) that themselves
rely on Core-C (BSD) which adds an object API on top of the C language.
** BUILDING **
To build mkclean you have to build coremake first:
You can either run ./configure on Linux or
To build mkvalidator you have to build coremake first:
You can either run ./configure on Linux/OS X or
- Just compile <root>/corec/tools/coremake/coremake.c with your C compiler.
- run coremake from the root of the source :
* "coremake.exe vs9_win32" to generate the project files for Visual Studio 2008
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ You can either run ./configure on Linux or
* look in the coremake folder for all the platforms supported
The Makefile/mkclean.sln will end up in the mkclean folder. You just have to
build from there and it will create mkclean(.exe) under <root>/release/
The Makefile/mkvalidator.sln will end up in the mkvalidator folder. You just have to
build from there and it will create mkvalidator(.exe) under <root>/release/
To delete all the project files run "coremake(.exe) clean" from the root of the sources.
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