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Old 20th December 2022
zozo_serieux zozo_serieux is offline
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Default Compilation for newbie

Hi,
I never compiled but was used to work with auto-multiple-choice on my old computer when I had linux on it. The is a port for freebsd but not for openbsd: https://www.auto-multiple-choice.net/download.en
If it is possible could you explain/guide me what to type to compile it under openbsd? I'm not afraid of commandline but I just know/learn what I need to do. And compiling is an other world for me.
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Old 20th December 2022
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It's the process as explained on the page, the difference is that you might need to use "gmake" instead of "make" .

Code:
doas pkg_add gmake
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