pau.arumi at barcelonamedia.org
Wed Sep 29 03:36:17 PDT 2010
I'm used to set up the dev environment in clean Ubuntu and Debian
machines in matter of minutes. Its just about going through the
CLAM/INSTALL file, run de specified apt-get commands for dependencies
and the scons commands for installing.
Maybe this INSTALL doc could be improved, specially from a newbe
perspective. I'd be happy to get feedback on specific problems when
following the INSTALL or any idea to improve it.
El dc 29 de 09 de 2010 a les 01:15 +0200, en/na malik martin va
> That sounds great! Call me a lazy noob, but getting a proper linux dev
> environment set up is downright cryptic. Especially when you're used
> to windows.
> > On Sep 28, 2010 12:14 PM, <edgley at mnsi.net> wrote:
> > Hey everyone,
> > I wanted to make a few new plugins for the network editor
> > for quite a while now. I have decent experience with C++
> > from university and subsequently on Windows, but
> > unfortunately, getting CLAM to compile has always proved a
> > problem for me... Most of the compilation walkthroughs are
> > out of date or I run into roadblocks that I get stuck on...
> > I'm trying to learn to use the MinGW compiler and get more
> > familiar with Linux at the same time, and to be honest, I'm
> > not getting far. I'm obviously no guru, but I could be
> > helpful to the project. However, I'm getting very, very
> > frustrated and I'm sure I'm not the only one to find initial
> > project layout and compilation has been an impediment to
> > their ability to contribute to the project. But I have a
> > solution...
> > Has anyone considered making a Linux virtual machine
> > available with the compiler already source all set up and
> > working on it? This is EXACTLY what Maemo Linux does for
> > their SDK and it's enabled hundreds of developers to
> > participate when setting up the compiler, resolving
> > countless dependencies and diagnosing 100 subtle versioning
> > errors would have otherwise have prevented them from
> > participating. Hell, I'd love to download a VM, update the
> > code using subversion and just type 'make' (like I did for
> > Maemo development)... What do you guys think of this
> > idea...?
> > Sincerely,
> > MindMusic (Frank Edgley)
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