How to build a standalone Eclipse OMR with a basic configuration

To build a standalone Eclipse OMR, run the following commands from the top of the source tree. The top of the Eclipe OMR source tree is the directory that contains Note that on Windows systems, you must use a shell script interpreter such as bash to run the configure command.

# Generate autotools makefiles with SPEC-specific presets
make -f SPEC=linux_x86-64 OMRGLUE=./example/glue

# Build

# Run tests (note that no contribution should cause new test failures in "make test")
make test

Run the following command for a list of configure makefile targets:

make -f help

Run the following command for a list of build targets:

make help