I have just received a message from the webmaster that details the build of OCC for Linux/UNIX. It appears that the GNU Autotools build is NOT the way to go here. Use the traditional *.COMP scripts. Too bad... I include the message below for those interested. Hope it helps.
How to rebuild modules on Unix and Linux.
On Unix and Linux each module can be rebuilt with a file named
Attention: In order to adapt compilation procedures to your system configuration edit the $CASROOT/adm/
Example of rebuilding:
csh -f FoundationClasses.COMP
In the directory $CASROOT/adm/Linux (resp SunOS), you will find all the scripts which allow you to completely recompile the modules:
A .COMP file builds the module completely . This is done by calling .comp files corresponding to each toolkit of the module in a respective order. (Example: Refer to $CASROOT/ModelingData.COMP) A .comp file completely builds each unit. This is done by calling compilations of each package of the toolkit (the .comp file) and by creating a shareable for the toolkit ( the toolkit.lnk file) The .comp file completely compiles each package. For each source file, it creates an object file $CASROOT/Linux/obj/.o (resp SunOS) and on Linux platform a $CASROOT/Linux/obj/.d file containing the dependencies of the includes. Note: On SunOS platform, this file is not created. You can create it using the -H option of the compiler. In that case dependencies are sent to stderr together with the error messages.