mbrush at xxxxx
Wed Mar 19 21:35:42 UTC 2014
On 14-03-19 10:51 AM, Federico Reghenzani wrote:
> Thank you!
> I decided to start writing some code for geany-plugins (first I think
> codenav plugin), but I have two question:
> 1) a problem, I try to "./autogen.sh" for geany-plugins and:
> configure: error: Package requirements (geany >= 1.24) were not met:
>> Requested 'geany >= 1.24' but version of Geany is 1.23.1
>> $ geany --version
>> geany 1.24 (git >= 854993e) (built on 2014-03-11 with GTK 2.24.22, GLib
You might have Geany installed into some other prefix, you can check by
running `which geany` and removing the last part, for example to assign
it to a variable:
$ PREFIX=`which geany | sed 's|/bin/geany||'`
Then do like this:
$ cd geany-plugins
$ ./configure --prefix=$PREFIX --with-geany-libdir=$PREFIX/lib
$ make install
If you haven't run `autogen.sh` yet, you can pass those same options to
`autogen.sh` instead of `configure` the first time (and then use just
`configure` with those options after). I don't know what the reason of
`--with-geany-libdir` but it seems to help the build system to find the
lib directory even though it's just `$PREFIX/lib`.
> 2) I'm new on github, what is the correct method to send my code? Create a
> fork repository and issue a pull request?
It's the best way, yep.
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