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  • CASAVA library problem

    Dear,
    the installation of CASAVA1.8 with cmake is not trivial for me!
    I download the tar file, and tried to install all by cmake. But I have a problem in define library @CASAVA_FULL_PERL_LIBDIR@ and @CASAVA_FULL_DATADIR@ in perl scripts. In the scripts, it say "# substituted by CMake during install"...but when I run configureBcltoFastq.pl it returns me some errors like:

    @CASAVA_FULL_DATADIR@/makefiles/ not found...

    Any advice?
    Thanx a lot

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    Originally posted by m_elena_bioinfo View Post
    Dear,
    the installation of CASAVA1.8 with cmake is not trivial for me!
    I download the tar file, and tried to install all by cmake. But I have a problem in define library @CASAVA_FULL_PERL_LIBDIR@ and @CASAVA_FULL_DATADIR@ in perl scripts. In the scripts, it say "# substituted by CMake during install"...but when I run configureBcltoFastq.pl it returns me some errors like:

    @CASAVA_FULL_DATADIR@/makefiles/ not found...

    Any advice?
    Thanx a lot
    Based on CASAVA_v1.8.2/src/INSTALL:


    $ tar -jxf CASAVA_v1.8.2.tar.bz2
    $ mkdir CASAVA_v1.8.2-build
    $ cd CASAVA_v1.8.2-build
    $ ../CASAVA_v1.8.2/configure --prefix=/software/CASAVA/1.8.2
    $ make
    $ make install


    This will install it to /software/CASAVA/1.8.2


    I think you are not supposed to use CMake yourself to build CASAVA, it is probably something internal to its build system.


    Good luck.

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