[scribus] Latest 1.3.5 Release Candidate

OM malex at scribus.info
Sat Jun 6 06:52:18 CEST 2009

* John Beardmore <John at T4sLtd.co.uk> [2009-06-06 00:58:02 +0100]:

> Carl Symons wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 3:04 PM,  <scribus-request at lists.scribus.net>
>> wrote:
>>>> But in order to continue using the feature without problems I'm going to
>>>> have to get the latest version. I currently have 1.3.5 Rc1 May 17 on
>>>> Jaunty x86_64. I've always been too lazy to learn how to build the latest
>>>> version myself. I just wait until a deb makes it to the repos.
>>>> So now I'm motivated to learn how to build my own. Are there things like
>>>> daily snapshots and, if so, where might I find them? And "for dummies"
>>>> instructions?
>> I was apprehensive about building the latest too. Also using Kubuntu Jaunty
>> x86_64.
>> The Subversion instructions mentioned in previous message worked okay for
>> with a couple of changes. I tweaked things around a bit and then wrote
>> instructions (see below) that I refer to each time I update:
>> TO GET NEW SVN (everything done in terminal window) be in home directory -
>> /home/YourName (/home/YourName=~) svn co
>> svn://scribus.info/Scribus/branches/Version135/
>> This puts the latest from svn into ~/Version135/Scribus
>> You may have to install a few things to get this to work. Some of the
>> dependencies are not available with apt-get or Synaptic exactly as the
>> dependency name indicates. It's not that hard to figure out though.
> OK -  it looks as if it's bombing out because it can't find Qt, qmake etc.
> Which version of Qt4 do I need, and what's the easiest / safest way to  get
> it in the Jaunty x86_64 environment ?

The safest way to install anything on a Debian or Ubuntu system is to use
packages. Same goes for Scribus 1.3.5RC2, which is available for Ubuntu Jaunty
in our Scribus archive.



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