2013-01-25 21:16:27 by chort
If you still run Ubuntu 10.04 (or another OS that can't upgrade automake past 1.11), you'll find that Yara 1.7 (last SVN version) won't build. You'll probably get something like this:
configure.ac:3: unknown warning category `no-extra-portability'
This is a quick post to show you how to get the latest 1.6 bugfixes (i.e. updated past the 1.6 tarball release) without breaking the build.
First off, I recommend installing RE2 for better performance (allegedly, I cannot confirm). Once you've done that, follow these easy steps (don't miss -r 162, that's the critical bit!):
$ rm -rf yara-project-read-only $ svn checkout -r 162 http://yara-project.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ yara-project-read-only $ cd yara-project-read-only $ ./configure --with-re2 $ ./bootstrap.sh $ make $ sudo make install $ cd yara-python $ python setup.py build $ sudo python setup.py install $ sudo ldconfig
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