|The LEDA libraries|
|Static and dynamic linking|
|Making LEDA programs run|
Now that we have implemented Hello world! as efficiently as algorithmically possible thanks to LEDA, we stride towards the next great feat: We want to make the program run.
At the present time LEDA is available for Unix™ and MS-Windows™. In accordance with this we distinguish between those two worlds in the two following sections.
In the following description, we assume to work on a Unix™ system with the gnu C++ compiler g++, the gnu Make utility and the Bourne shell sh, or on a MS-Windows™ system NT/2000/XP with the MS Visual Studio 6 as the development environment, respectively. The statements given here can easily be transferred to other systems. Details to this are found on the manual page “Technical Information”.