Provided the basic installations are performed, and you are informed about the general ideas, here now you find a general overview on how to explore the OKlibrary.

About external sources

The most important external sources you should build are:

About the core library

On the local home page you find links All build-process (like compilation, running tests, building external sources or creating documentation) use the oklib program (which you have already encountered during the initial installation).

The directory structure

Of general importance is the directory structure - it's all there to be used, so you better familiarise yourself with it. The main idea of the directory structure is that of a strict hierarchy, where each internal node is an "administration point" for its subtree.

Documentation systems

Altogether there are 9 systems which provide structured information about the OKlibrary, subdivided as follows:
Oliver Kullmann

Last modified: Sat Oct 29 20:50:43 BST 2011