[scribus] Idiot wants to build 1.5.0 from source
rcook at pcug.org.au
Mon Jun 20 05:23:54 UTC 2011
> On Mon, 20 Jun 2011 14:23:45 +1000
> "Owen" <rcook at pcug.org.au> dijo:
>>> Is this something like a fancy wget?
>>No, no, use a console
>># svn co svn://scribus.net/trunk/Scribus
>>yeah, bit like wget
> Ah! Now I see better how to use svn <slaps head>.
> OK, the main instructions on the above page are:
> mkdir ~/src/
> mkdir ~/src/scribus_svn
> sudo mkdir /usr/local/scribus_svn
> cd ~/src/scribus_svn
> svn co svn://scribus.net/trunk/Scribus
> cd ./Scribus
> cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/usr/local/scribus_svn
> sudo "make install"
> So at what point do I put in WANT_VERSIONING=1 so it doesn't mess up
> 1.3.9? Or is "=1" the correct way to do this?
You do it in the CMAKE line, eg,
All that does is create an executable in (this case)
/usr/local/scribus_svn/bin called "scribus_version number" so you can
install as many versions as you like in the same directory but I
wouldn't do that as *something* with the associated libraries is sure
to go wrong.
It is something that you should worry about, omit it and you will lose
> Also, how do I tell svn which version to fetch? I want the latest
> 1.5.0. Doesn't that have to be on the svn line somewhere? What if I
> wanted to build the 1.4.0 RC5?
svn co svn://scribus.net/trunk/Scribus will fetch the 1.5.0 version
> And finally, how would one uninstall it? Just use yum erase? How would
> yum erase know which version to uninstall?
No, No, you have built it yourself, yum knows knowthing about it.
As you, in this case, installed it in /usr/local/scribus_svn
directory, use your super powers and # rm -rf /usr/local/scribus_svn
(I build these things in my home directory so I don't have worry about
su_ing to do installs
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