Re: [isabelle] Packaging for distros? (Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora?)


for our hets project we've packaged Isabelle for Ubuntu
(without the collaboration of the Isabelle authors, though).

You should be able to get it via:

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:hets/hets
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install isabelle

HTH Christian

Am 24.11.2010 19:56, schrieb Edward Z. Yang:
> Hello all,
> I was hoping to install Isabelle on my machine but winced when I saw the
> following instructions:
>     tar -C /usr/local -xzf Isabelle2009-2_bundle_x86-linux.tar.gz
> And I was wondering if Isabelle had been packaged up for any of the major
> distros with the collaboration of the Isabelle authors (since "Pre-packaged
> versions of Isabelle, Poly/ML, and Proof General floating through the Net as
> deb, rpm, port etc. are often outdated and rarely work as advertised.")
> Packaged software confers a number of notable benefits (uninstallability,
> ease of installation, upgrade facilities).
> Thanks,
> Edward

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