ATerm Library release aterm-2.6pre24721

This page provides release aterm-2.6pre24721 of ATerm Library. It was generated automatically on 2009-04-06 12:30:07 UTC from revision 24721 of the path svn+ssh:// of its Subversion repository (the XML record of the build job is available).


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This release can be installed through Nix, a system for software deployment. It has been built for the following platforms:

You can install this package and keep it up to date by subscribing to the channel aterm-unstable by once executing

$ nix-channel --add
$ nix-channel --update
$ nix-env -i aterm-2.6pre24721
and then running
$ nix-channel --update
$ nix-env -u aterm
every time you want to upgrade to the latest release.

Alternatively, if you have Nix 0.8 installed, and have associated the application/nix-package MIME type with the nix-install-package script in your web browser, you can install the package simply by clicking on the links below. This only works if your Nix store is in /nix/store.

The channel contains the following prebuilt packages:



In case of build or usage problems with this release, please first check if there are newer releases that solve the problem. Otherwise report problems to, mentioning the full version number and a description of the platform you are building on. In case of a build problem include the part of the build log showing the error. In case of a usage problem try to narrow down the problem as much as possible and include enough information to reproduce the error.

Build Logs

Build of the Source Tarball on i686-linux

Build of a Nix Package on i686-linux

Build of a Nix Package on x86_64-linux

Build of a Nix Package on i686-darwin

Build of an RPM on SUSE Linux 9.0 (i386)

Build of an RPM on openSUSE 10.3 (i586)

Build of an RPM on Fedora Core 5 (i386)

Build of an RPM on Fedora 7 (i386)

Build of an RPM on Fedora 8 (i386)