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BarryK
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Oct 2009, 16:56    Post subject:  

I have uploaded Wosh's Anjuta SFS to ibiblio.org, available via ftp and http. See my blog announcement:

http://puppylinux.com/blog/?viewDetailed=01110

Note, it may not have rippled through to the mirrors yet.

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PostPosted: Fri 02 Oct 2009, 15:17    Post subject:  

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I haven't tested it running codeblocks on Puppy 4.3.0


It seems to be running fine on 4.3 Smile
. . . and now to learn programming
. . . back to the steep climb

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enhu


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PostPosted: Fri 02 Jul 2010, 05:22    Post subject: Re: Anjuta 2.4.2 seems to run without problems in Puppy 4.3
Subject description: Anjuta converted to sfs-4
 

Wosh wrote:
@ clarf and others interested in the Anjuta-IDE

As you have read in this thread some times ago I had created an anjuta-2.4.2-sfs-file for Puppy-Linux 4.0. I was not able to share it with you because some libraries it uses, were newer than those in Puppy-Linux 4.0/4.1. So I did a hack in the init-script of initrd.gz and in the boot manager that allows to load sfs-files after pupXXX.sfs. It overwrites older library versions with the updated versions within these sfs-files. I have not been able to make this hack fool proof and so I ceased from publishing the anjuta-2.4.2-sfs file.

With Puppy Linux 4.3 all libraries relevant for Anjuta 2.4.2 seem to be up to date. After conversion of the anjuta-2.4.2-sfs-file for Puppy-Linux 4.0 to the new sfs-4 format in Puppy-Linux 4.3 it seems to run without problems.

The sfs-file for Puppy Linux 4.3 can be downloaded from:

ftp://ftp.servage.net/anjuta-2.4.2/anjuta-2.4.2-p430.sfs
user: puppy
password: puppylinux

As a goodie the anjuta-2.4.2-sfs-file contains the stand alone ddd Data-Display-Debugger.

Please report your experiences.


will this work in lucid puppy?
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