El Miércoles, 7 de Febrero de 2007 23:19, Sven Schreiber escribió:
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Allin Cottrell schrieb:
> Anyone want to do a "CVS gretl on Ubuntu HOWTO"? I recently got a new
> PC at home, installed Ubuntu, and built CVS gretl (of course!). So I
> know it can be done OK. But unfortunately I was too impatient to make a
> detailed note of all the packages I had to install first.
I didn't remember exactly the steps I followed yesterday. The key was to
install libglib2.0-data, libglib2.9-dev, and several libgtk2.0 libraries
including libgtk2.0-dev. I have a laptop with kubuntu so I may try to
reproduce the process and write a draft of the HOWTO.
One other issue: I'm having problems setting up a graphical cvs
for translation access to cvs. On Windows I used WinCVS and got it to
work relatively quickly. On Ubuntu I have tried so far Cervisia and
gcvs, hitting (different) dead ends with them. Actually, I'd rather use
command-line-cvs than to bother with those two programs again. Ideally,
however, someone can recommend a superior GUI client. Any suggestions?
I used Cervisia in Mandrivalinux so (as you see I am changing to kubuntu)
yesterday I installed Cervisia in Kubuntu and it works without problems.
I donwloaded the gretl tree using the "anonymous" user, as indicated in the
sourceforge instructions (http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=36234
cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/gretl login
(press the enter key)
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/gretl co -P
Once you have downloaded the tree, you may use Cervisia, for example opening
your home directory with konqueror and right-clicking the gretl directory
downloaded and selecting "open with Cervisia".