[scribus] scribus Digest, Vol 21, Issue 14

Casale Home dnj.casale at sympatico.ca
Tue Dec 8 17:02:28 CET 2009

Thank you for your suggestion. I am actually running Windows, not Linux.
But, the toolkit site says that it is compatible with Windows. However,
after downloading and trying to install it, I can't figure out how to run
the application through Windows. Do I need to go into C: prompt to use it?

Message: 7
Date: Tue, 08 Dec 2009 01:04:40 +0000
From: TSH <tsh.gmane at miserableoldgit.me.uk>
Subject: Re: [scribus] Question about text flow
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Yevgenia Casale wrote:

> Hi, I need to import text into a multi-page document using the 'linked
> frames' option. When I try to save to PDF with each page being a separate
> file, it gives me an error saying that the text is linked from frame to
> frame. I understand why I get the error but, am wondering how to get
> around it short of cutting and pasting 86 pages.

If you are using Linux, a workaround would be to save the document as a
single PDF file, then use PDF Toolkit to split it into separate pages with
this command:

$ pdftk yourfile.pdf burst

(for simplicity, change to the directory that yourfile.pdf is in, first).

You may need to install pdftk first, but it has other features, and is a
useful toolkit to have.

Stewart H

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Message: 8
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2009 16:37:44 +1100
From: Owen <rcook at pcug.org.au>
Subject: Re: [scribus] CMake Errors
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On Tue, 8 Dec 2009 10:05:02 +1100
Xin CHEN <xcheney at allette.com.au> wrote:

> On 08/12/2009, at 5:53 AM, Craig Bradney wrote:

> >> CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
> >> /root/scribus-1.3.5.rc3/scribus/styles/CMakeLists.txt:20:
> >> Unknown CMake command "QT4_WRAP_CPP".
> [root at domU-12-31-39-03-46-24 ~]# rpm -qa |grep cmake
> cmake-2.4.8-2.fc8

Although the documentation found in Scribus/doc/en/install4.html
suggests the 2.4.3. as the minimum of cmake, perhaps you might want to
try cmake-2.6.x



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