c-sanchez wrote:Nice editor, just make smaller the tabs height please
This size in height is obtained due to the "close" buttons. These buttons I consider myself handy , so I put up with appearance.
nov79 wrote:Why don't you ship the library with your software or at least provide instruction about how to install it?
Well, here's a simplified guide:
The editor is based on GTK2. For a GTK3 to read this post
. Why am I writing this? We look at the description to the IUP library on the download page
: Linux26g4_64: Ubuntu 10.04 (x64) / Kernel 2.6 / gcc 4.4 (GTK 2.20)
Linux32: Ubuntu 12.04 (x86) / Kernel 3.2 / gcc 4.6 (GTK 2.24)
Linux32_64: Ubuntu 12.04 (x64) / Kernel 3.2 / gcc 4.6 (GTK 2.24)
Linux35_64: Ubuntu 12.10 (x64) / Kernel 3.5 / gcc 4.7 (GTK 2.24)
Linux313_64: Ubuntu 14.04 (x64) / Kernel 3.13 / gcc 4.8 (GTK 3.10)
Linux319_64: Ubuntu 15.04 (x64) / Kernel 3.19 / gcc 4.9 (GTK 3.14)
Linux44_64: Ubuntu 16.04 (x64) / Kernel 4.4 / gcc 5.3 (GTK 3.18)
Linux415_64: Ubuntu 18.04 (x64) / Kernel 4.15 / gcc 7.3 (GTK 3.22)
I highlighted the descriptions that indicate the belonging to GTK2 (GTK 2
.20, GTK 2
These archives are suitable for the editor!
Download the archive , like this: iup-3.27_Linux32_64_lib.tar.gz
In no case do not download the version of IUP 3.28 (it has errors associated with dialogs)
Unzip to any folder.
Next you need to copy the files *.so in the folder where you installed the shared library. On ubuntu , linux mint this is usually the folder /usr/lib
(you can easily find these folders , as they already have a huge number of files *.so). Also, you can create a folder and set the path to it (if you can) . Also , install the libIconv library (if not installed, although this is usually already installed in linux). Try to run the editor from the terminal. If your system will not found some libraries, install them (here I can't have that, describing to you the user manual).