As of this writing (7/98), the current ARDP release is ARDP release 1.1.
The ARDP sources are available by anonymous FTP, at http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.1.tar.gz or as http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.1.tar. The packaged ARDP distribution includes the GOSTLIB library.
You can browse the sources of the ARDP 1.1 release without having to retrieve and unpack the whole distribution, at http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.1.
The previous version of ARDP, ARDP version 1.1, is available by anonymous FTP, at http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.0.tar.gz or as http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.0.tar.
You can browse the sources of the ARDP 1.0 release without having to retrieve and unpack the whole distribution, at http://gost.isi.edu/pub/ardp/ardp-release-1.0.
ISI users should use the current working ARDP sources to build your product instead of the version we distribute. This enables you to use new features as they are added to ARDP. It also helps us catch glitches before we ship to the general public. Moreover, because your sources are under CVS control, it is easy for us to re-integrate any changes you make.
Since ARDP is kept under CVS, you can get a snapshot of the current
source code by using the command sequence below. Before you do that,
you should have set the environment variable CVSROOT to
This command sequence creates a local copy of the ARDP source code under the directory "your-build-directory-name". It also copies the GOSTLIB library and its associated include files, so that the ARDP dependencies on GOSTlib can be resolved when building the ARDP library.
Follow the instructions labelled INSTALLATION in the ARDP distribution. The rest of this web page has a simplified version of the instructions.
Before building the ARDP library, you should first edit the configuration files. "gostlib/Makefile.config.gostlib" and "ardp/Makefile.config.ardp" to customize them to your own environment.
To build the ARDP library, execute the following commands: