OK, the configure process seems to be working (at least on my MacBook). If you download the source from Github, you should be able to run
./bootstrap, and then
./configure followed by
make. I’ll give it a try on my Linux notebook tomorrow. Please let me know if there are any issues!
OK, I’ve been doing a bit of work getting the configure/make build working again. I’m hoping to have a transitional release in the next few days that just gets the build process running again in preparation for ongoing development.
Risk Quantify is on SourceForge here. In 2010, I moved it into Github here, with the intention that this would become the main repository. I just tried building it, and it looks like the configure scripts are broken. I want to change the layout of the code as well, as all the code is in the src/rq directory, and I want to split out the different subsystems into their own directories.
When I first started the project, I wrote this in C. My rationale was that C was pretty much the lowest common denominator. As a library, this meant that the functions could be called by any other system without too much work. Want to call it from Python, PERL or Swift? No problem! The functions were exported from a shared library, and anything could just use it.
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Risk Quantify was a library for financial risk analysis that I started a long long time ago, in a galaxy far far away. The project was registered on SourceForge back in August 2000! It was under very active development for about 5 years, and fell by the wayside for a long time. Now I want to pick it up, dust it off, and get it working properly.