[tomboy-list] compilation settings
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 14:33:01 PDT 2008
On 4/25/08, Antoine Polatouche <antoine at jabron.com> wrote:
> Sandy Armstrong a écrit :
> > Hi Antoine,
> > All the information you need is right here (please read carefully):
> > http://live.gnome.org/Tomboy/Developers
> > After following the compiling instructions once, you should be able to
> > build in MonoDevelop. Occasionally, as things change in the Tomboy
> > build infrastructure, files are added, etc, you will have to rerun
> > ./autogen.sh.
> > Note that your choice of --prefix is very important. If you want to
> > overwrite your exisiting installation, you would want to use
> > --prefix=/usr.
> > Your output indicates that you need to install gnome-common. Running
> > `sudo apt-get build-dep tomboy` (as mentioned in the instructions I
> > linked to) may bring that in for you.
> > This is standard for building most software in Linux. If you have any
> > other questions, feel free to bug us here or in #tomboy!
> > Sandy
> Thank you very much Sandy, all is working fine for me right know!
> I can compile Tomboy 0.11.0 from within MonoDevelop.
> Second step: how can I make Tomboy running on a XP box?
(Please make sure to reply-all so the whole list benefits)
Tomboy does not currently run on Windows. It is our plan to have this
fixed during the current development cycle. So the answer to your
question is that you can make it run on XP by joining the development
effort! :-) Check out our roadmap (which links to a few details)
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