In order to successfully build & use Documancer, you will need:
Alternatively you can download the package from SourceForge.net
pages. All past releases of Documancer are available there as well.
- Install Mozilla (you must have Mozilla's headers as well (usually in
mozilla-dev(el) package in your distribution, version at least 1.3).
- Install wxPython. Note that both wxPython and Mozilla must be compiled with
same (major) version of GCC! This is a problem if you are using RPMs
from www.wxpython.org because they were compiled with gcc-2.96 while most
current distributions come with Mozilla compiled with gcc-3.x. The best
is to compile wxPython yourself (e.g. from .src.rpm) with system's default
compiler or use the version that is part of your distribution.
- Install wxMozilla. Use ./configure --enable-python, otherwise the Python
module needed by Documancer won't be installed.
./configure && make && make install
If you are using RPM-based distribution, you can build RPM packages from the
rpmbuild -ta documancer-0.2.6.tar.gz
This installer contains everything needed to run Documancer, it has no other
Latest Development Sources
Documancer uses Subversion for
revision control. You can use
to browse to the repository. Instructions on
how to fetch sources from the repository and another web interface are
SF.net project page.
Use the following command to checkout the latest sources:
svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/documancer/documancer/trunk
This command can be used to checkout the latest public release:
svn checkout https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/documancer/documancer/tags/release-0.2.6