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 1Before trying to compile the Yolk demo application, be sure to read the README
 2and make sure that all the dependencies are met.
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 4Building the Yolk demo is as simple as:
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 6    $ make
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 8If you have a multicore system you can prepend make with PROCESSORS=n to speed
 9things up.
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11And that's all. You now have a fully functioning Yolk application in the exe/
12directory. Be sure to copy the config.ini.dist file from extras/ to the demo
13exe/configuration/ directory and adjust both the config files to match your
14setup. You can start the Yolk demo with the --yolk-config-file option and have
15Yolk look for the configuration file in the given location.
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17You can build a debug version of the demo with:
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19    $ make debug
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21If you have valgrind available on your system, you can try running this version
22with:
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24    $ valgrind -v --leak-check=full \
25                  --show-possibly-lost=no \
26                  --track-origins=yes yolk_demo
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28You'll get some leaks, but they are stable and does not grow over time, so
29don't worry about them.
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