Awesome Open Source
Awesome Open Source

Software Requirements

First you will need to install a few libraries to compile the source

Build tools & libraries:

  • Automake, Autoconf, gettext, pkg-config
  • Mono SDK (>= 4.6.2)
  • Nini (>= 1.1)
  • log4net
  • SQLite3
  • GTK# (>= 2.10) (optional, but required for the GNOME frontend)
  • Notify# (optional)
  • Indicate# / MessagingMenu# (optional)
  • DBus# / NDesk.DBus (optional)
  • GtkSpell (optional)
  • STFL (optional)

Depending on your operating system and favorite distribution the installation of the listed applications varies. For Debian based distributions it's just a matter of the following commands:

apt-get install mono-devel mono-xbuild libnini-cil-dev liblog4net-cil-dev libgtk2.0-cil-dev libglade2.0-cil-dev libnotify-cil-dev libdbus2.0-cil-dev libdbus2.0-cil-dev lsb-release

Compiling Source

./autogen.sh || ./configure
make

Installing

make install

Running

Now you can start Smuxi from the GNOME or KDE menu.

Source Structure

src/

This directory contains the source code of all Smuxi components.

lib/

This directory contains libraries that Smuxi needs and ships as part of Smuxi.

po*/

These directories contain translation files based on gettext.

debian/

The debian/ directory contains upstream packaging used for the daily development builds for Ubuntu and Debian found on launchpad (which you can subscribe to via sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:meebey/smuxi-daily && sudo apt update). The official (downstream) Debian packaging can be found on here.


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