A Fortran90 compiler is required for the bulk of the utilities in dlputils - the GNU gfortran compiler works just fine. dlputils uses the standard configure / make toolchain or CMake, so to initialise the build process simply perform your choice the following steps (if in doubt, go with the configure / make option).

Autotools (Configure / Make)

If you retrieved the source code via svn or git, you will need to run autogen.sh first (note: this requires the autotools and automake packages to be installed on your system):

bob@pc:~> ./autogen.sh

Now, run the main configure script:

bob@pc:~> ./configure

...followed by...

bob@pc:~> make

This is enough to compile most of the codes. There are a few utilities (acf, dacf, sq, and totalgr) which are computationally quite intensive and require MPI (for instance OpenMPI), and which must be compiled separately. Provided a suitable mpif90 executable is somewhere in your path, compiling these individually is as simple as:

bob@pc:~> make sq

CMake

An out-of-tree build is recommended. From an empty build directory of your choice (which could simply be a new subdirectory within the dlputils source tree), run:

bob@pc:~> cmake /path/to/dlputils

For example:

bob@pc:~> cmake ../

...if you created a new directory in the dlputils source tree (so the Fortran sources are one directory up from your current location).

On Windows you will need to specify the generator to use - for the MinGW toolchain, use:

bob@pc:~> cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" ../