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Old 02-19-2013, 07:57 PM   #33
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Thanks for your replies.

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Originally Posted by meme View Post
@roger64 - is there anything that didn't work or wasn't clear about the build instructions?

Of course they were helpful and I did use them (your Sigil help epub) as well as Diap Dealer advices. But I felt the need for more. And yes, it will be good to separate build from the run.

1- Build part - As Qt5 is a big first for everybody, at least for linux distros, you maybe should comment a little more on this point. My Qt5 has been installed in the $HOME and the path location of the library has to be changed accordingly. This may seem obvious to you but I think it should deserve a line of comment to begin with (like: I suppose you binary install of Qt5 to be ...)

2- As you can see I had to complete the first paragraph to begin the build.
Code:
-DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=$HOME/compilation/Qt5.0.1/5.0.1/gcc_64/lib/cmake/
3- Then, there is a creation of these /tmp locked folders (in $HOME and /). From where are they coming from? Are they necessary? For me this was totally unexpected. Can it be avoided?

4- Run part - I think a word is needed about the script and the library location: how long this will be necessary?

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Originally Posted by meme View Post
And since you mention Spellchecking - how is this version working for you. The issue with apostrophes should be sorted out - well, at least better than it was hopefully.
I will comment on it a little later with pleasure.

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