[Geany-Users] Geany markdown plugin
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Sun Apr 1 03:12:57 UTC 2018
On 03/31/2018 04:30 AM, Matthew Brush wrote:
> On 2018-03-30 05:42 PM, H wrote:
>> On 03/28/2018 10:16 PM, Matthew Brush wrote:
>>> When you run the configure script, at the end it prints a report of all what plugins will be built. If you're missing a dependency, it will skip building the plugin unless you explicitly pass --enable-markdown=yes, in which case it will cause an error. You probably didn't build it due to missing dependency.
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>> I reran ./configure and you are absolutely correct, markdown is marked as no.
>> I do see that a number of other plugins were not build either: debugger, devhelp, geanygendoc, geanylua, geanypy, geanypg, geniuspaste, gitchangebar, multiterm, prettyprinter, scope, spellcheck, updatechecker and webhelper.
>> Are all of the other incompatible with CentOS 7?
> No, as I said above:
> "If you're missing a dependency, it will skip building the plugin unless you explicitly pass --enable-markdown=yes, in which case it will cause an error."
> You can either use --enable-* configure options and install the dependencies it complains about or just use your package manager to install the build dependencies for the particular package to get them all. I don't use CentOS (or RH/Fedora) but according to Google, you can do the latter using:
> $ yum-builddep geany-plugins
> Assuming `geany-plugins` is the name of the package.
> Matthew Brush
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I ran yum-builddep geany-plugins, then ./configure, make and make install. It seems its installed spellcheck and updatechecker, the other plugins are still missing.
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