|author||John Mark Bell <email@example.com>||2008-03-19 04:07:23 +0000|
|committer||John Mark Bell <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2008-03-19 04:07:23 +0000|
svn path=/trunk/netsurf/; revision=3971
Diffstat (limited to 'Docs/BUILDING-GTK')
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 6 deletions
diff --git a/Docs/BUILDING-GTK b/Docs/BUILDING-GTK
index 3acc6101f..aad9355c9 100644
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
To build the GTK version of NetSurf on a UNIX-like platform (although it has
-only been tested on Debian, Ubuntu and FreeBSD), simply run
-"make -f Makefile.unix " once you have got the relevent build dependencies
-installed. Under a Debian-like OS, this should suffice:
+only been tested on Debian, Ubuntu and FreeBSD), simply run "make" once you
+have got the relevent build dependencies installed. Under a Debian-like OS,
+this should suffice:
apt-get install libglade2-dev libcurl3-dev libxml2-dev libmng-dev
apt-get install librsvg2-dev lemon re2c
@@ -19,9 +19,8 @@ support. If you have trouble finding lemon for your platform, it forms part of
the SQLite distribution, and consists of a single C file and a single runtime
data file, and is trivial to build yourself.
-Type "make -f Makefile.unix". Currently, this produces a huge number of
-warnings, mostly due to confused signedness. These haven't been fixed yet but
-are mostly harmless.
+Type "make". Currently, this produces a huge number of warnings, mostly due to
+confused signedness. These haven't been fixed yet but are mostly harmless.
Once built, NetSurf can be run by executing the shell script called "netsurf".
This script sets up some environment variables, which enables the NetSurf