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Building from source

Create a place to work in

Create a folder somewhere, whatever you prefer, but I would recommend to keep all the code in the same place. For example create one in you home directory

mkdir -p ~/code/x2go && cd ~/code/x2go

Get the sources

First, you have to get the sources. There is already a “ready to clone” snippet here, to be pasted in any bash terminal.

You should now have cloned all repositories actually shown at the gitweb here.

Get the build and development dependencies

Then you should use your favorite available packet manager to install the build dependencies although I'm not 100% sure wether we need all of them or some are optional…

sudo apt-get install build-essential qt4-designer qtcreator qtcreator-doc \
                     qt4-demos qt4-doc qt4-dev-tools libqt4-dev git \
                     qt-sdk libldap2-dev libssh-dev libxpm-dev libcups2-dev \
                     debhelper doxygen man2html-base xutils-dev libpixman-1-dev\
                     devscripts quilt libxcomposite-dev libxrandr-dev\
                     libxtst-dev libxinerama-dev libxrender-dev pkg-config expat\
                     libxmltok1-dev libxml2-dev libxfont1-dev

All up-to-date dependencies you can get with dpkg-checkbuilddeps

Build the actual code

Before you build, consider this: when you're on the master branch, you're on the bleeding edge. This could contain any sort of errors or experimental code. Have a look at the available tags:

git tag

Also, you might want to have in mind, that the actual build is based on the branch build-main. Have a look at what's there with

git branch <TAB><TAB>

Change to the branch or tag of project you want to build and build the project with:

debuild -us -uc
wiki/development/deb-buildguide.txt · Last modified: 2017/03/04 12:52 by gratuxri