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<li>libxml2 2.6+.</li>
<li>Ghostscript 8.15+ or GPL Ghostscript 8.56+ is highly recommended. Ubuntu users in particular are urged to update to a newer version if possible.</li>
<li>Postscript-Fonts. TrueType Fonts. Scribus also can support OpenType fonts, both TrueType and Type 1 Outline OpenType Fonts.</li>
<li>Littlecms - also known as lcms in some distributions. Minimum 1.12, 1.15+ recommended. lcms 1.12+ has support for black point generation. 1.3.4svn+ requires this.</li>
<li>Littlecms - also known as lcms in some distributions. Minimum 1.12, 1.15+ recommended. lcms 1.12+ has support for black point generation. 1.3.4cvs+ requires this.</li>
<li>libtiff 3.6.0+</li>
<li>libjpeg</li>
</ol>
<h3>Optionally:</h3>
<ul>
<li>Cairo development libraries - You can optionally enable this in 1.3.3+ with <code> --enable-cairo.</code> For 1.3.3.x the mimnimum version is Cairo 1.2.6+. Scribus 1.3.4svn <strong>requires</strong> a minimum of Cairo 1.4.0</li>
<li>Cairo development libraries - You can optionally enable this in 1.3.3+ with <code> --enable-cairo.</code> For 1.3.3.x the mimnimum version is Cairo 1.2.6+. Scribus 1.3.4cvs <strong>requires</strong> a minimum of Cairo 1.4.0</li>
 
<li>CUPS development libraries - Scribus directly supports printing with CUPS.</li>
<li>Gimp Print development libraries - Scribus directly supports the Gimp Print plug-in with CUPS.</li>
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for detailed options</p>
<h4>Using CMake</h4>
<p>In 1.3.3.6+, we have added support for using CMake as an alternative for traditional autotools. This is still experimental, but we do encourage willing testers to use CMake and report any issues to the mailing list or IRC. Our aim is to test this on as wide a variety of platforms as possible. Currently, Linux and MacOSX are working reliably. We are very encouraged with the progress of CMake and anticipate autotools support may be removed after the 1.3.4 release. Please see <a href="install4.html">CMake instructions</a> for instructions.</p>
<p>In 1.3.3.6+ and 1.3.4cvs, we have added support for using CMake as an alternative for traditional autotools. This is still experimental, but we do encourage willing testers to use CMake and report any issues to the mailing list or IRC. Our aim is to test this on as wide a variety of platforms as possible. Currently, Linux and MacOSX are working reliably. We are very encouraged with the progress of CMake and anticipate autotools support may be removed after the 1.3.4 release. Please see <a href="install4.html">CMake instructions</a> for instructions.</p>
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/trunk/Scribus/scribus/doc/en/index.html
21,15 → 21,8
 
<div class="news">
<div class="item">
<h3>News</h3>
<ul>
<li>The Scribus Team has switched from CVS to SVN for source revision control. Check out the updated information in the <a href="install1.html">install section</a>.</li>
</ul>
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<h3>Release History</h3>
<ul>
<li><b>28/05/2007</b> - Scribus 1.3.4 released </li>
<li><b>05/05/2007</b> - Scribus 1.3.3.9 released </li>
<li><b>23/02/2007</b> - Scribus 1.3.3.8 released </li>
<li><b>09/01/2007</b> - Scribus 1.3.3.7 released (OS/2 Port)</li>
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<li>Scribus mirror at National Technical University of Athens - http://mirrors.ntua.gr/Scribus/</li>-->
 
</ul>
<p>There is also thanks to <a href="http://Anduin.net">Anduin.net</a>, anonymous SVN access is updated daily. Only recommended for those who want to stay on the bleeding edge. <strong>Scribus 1.2.x is now deprecated.</strong> Instructions for getting the latest source via SVN: </p>
<p>There is also thanks to <a href="http://Anduin.net">Anduin.net</a>, anonymous CVS access is updated daily. Only recommended for those who want to stay on the bleeding edge. <strong>Scribus 1.2.x is now deprecated.</strong> Instructions for getting the latest source via cvs: </p>
<p><strong>Scribus 1.3.3.x - Stable</strong></p>
 
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<pre>
svn co svn://scribus.info/Scribus/branches/Version133x
export CVSROOT=:pserver:anoncvs:&#64;scribus.info:/cvs
</pre>
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<pre>
cvs login &#060;Enter&#062;
</pre>
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<!--<p>when it asks for a password, press return</p>-->
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<pre>
cvs -z3 co -r Scribus133x Scribus
</pre>
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<p><strong>Scribus 1.3.4cvs - Development - More Experimental</strong></p>
 
<p><strong>Scribus 1.3.4svn - Development - More Experimental</strong></p>
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<pre>
svn co svn://scribus.info/Scribus/branches/Version13x
export CVSROOT=:pserver:anoncvs:&#64;scribus.info:/cvs
</pre>
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<pre>
cvs login &#060;Enter&#062;
</pre>
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<pre>
cvs -z3 co -r Version13x Scribus
</pre>
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<p><strong>Scribus 1.3.5cvs - Development - Qt4 Port</strong></p>
 
<p><strong>Scribus 1.3.5svn - Development - Qt4 Port</strong></p>
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<pre>
svn co svn://scribus.info/Scribus/trunk
export CVSROOT=:pserver:anoncvs:&#64;scribus.info:/cvs
</pre>
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<pre>
cvs login &#060;Enter&#062;
</pre>
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<!--<p>when it asks for a password, press return</p>-->
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<pre>
cvs -z3 co -r Version135x Scribus
</pre>
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<p>Either choice will then download the sources to you into your current working directory. Then:</p>
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cd Scribus
make -f Makefile.cvs
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or optionally use <a href="install4.html">CMake</a>. <b>CMake is required for 1.3.5svn</b>, as autotools support has been removed.
or optionally use <a href="install4.html">cmake</a>. Cmake is required for 1.3.5cvs, as autotools support has been removed.
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<p>From here, continue with the <a href="install3.html">Compiling and Installing</a> instructions.</p>
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<title>Compiling and Installing Using CMake and Scribus 1.3.3.6+</title>
<title>Compiling and Installing Using CMake and Scribus 1.3.3.6+ and 1.3.4+</title>
<h2>Compiling and Installing using CMake and Scribus 1.3.3.6 and 1.3.4 or higher</h2>
<p>After many years of using the autotools build system, the developers of Scribus have selected CMake as a replacement system. It provides a much more flexible setup with a lot less complexity. It also provides compatibility with build tools on Linux and variants of Unix, Windows and Mac OSX.</p>
<p>To build with the CMake build system you will of course need CMake itself. Most Linux and some Unix distributions provide it as a standard package. If not, please <a href="http://www.cmake.org">download it</a>, make sure you get a recent version, like 2.4.3 or higher. MacOSX users can also find installers there as well. Scribus does not yet use CMake for Windows, although this may be added in the future. </p>
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<p>Some options that the Scribus CMake files know about (more to come!):</p>
<ul>
<li>
<strong>WANT_VERSIONING=1</strong>: Sets the build to use the VERSION setting as a suffix for the install directories and the binary. Eg, the binary could be scribus-1.3.4svn. This should mean that you can install multiple versions with the same prefix with no clashes.
<strong>WANT_VERSIONING=1</strong>: Sets the build to use the VERSION setting as a suffix for the install directories and the binary. Eg, the binary could be scribus-1.3.4cvs. This should mean that you can install multiple versions with the same prefix with no clashes.
</li>
<li>
<strong>WANT_DEBUG=1</strong>: Sets the build to be a debug release and use -O0 -g3, instead of -O2 (This is the default for now, and cannot be turned off unless you edit the CMakeFiles.txt file).
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<h3>Specifying Library Locations</h3>
<p>Whenever your distribution releases their package for a library Scribus depends on, it may still not be the very latest stable or unstable version from the writers of the library. In some cases, the Scribus developers have had to rely on the very latest code to further some parts of Scribus. In this case it is necessary to build your own version of such a library.</p>
<p>On example of this is the cairo graphics library. Right now, 1.3.4svn has the capability to use the very very latest code from the just released cairo 1.2.4.</p>
<p>On example of this is the cairo graphics library. Right now, 1.3.4cvs has the capability to use the very very latest code from the just released cairo 1.2.4.</p>
<p>To specify a new cairo install path, other than your system's default add this to the cmake command line: <code>-DPREFIX_CAIRO:PATH=/path/to/your/cairo/install</code></p>
 
<h3>When system has both Qt3 and Qt4 installed</h3>
<p>Systems with both Qt3 and Qt4 installed: You have <code>uic</code> and <code>moc</code> from Qt4 in the path and it may results to the compilation crash. This should NOT be the case with CMake 2.4.2 and higher, or when using current Scribus SVN. However, this might be a useful workaround:</p>
<p>Systems with both Qt3 and Qt4 installed: You have <code>uic</code> and <code>moc</code> from Qt4 in the path and it may results to the compilation crash. This should NOT be the case with CMake 2.4.2 and higher, or when using current Scribus CVS. However, this might be a useful workaround:</p>
<p>Remove cached options from previous cmake configuration run from your build location: <code>rm CMakeCache.txt</code></p>
<p>Then change PATH variable (for my Gentoo) e.g.:</p>
<pre>export PATH=/usr/qt/3/bin/:$PATH</pre>
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<p>The <code>make install</code> command will have to be done with root access if you have not run the <code>./configure</code> command with a <code>--prefix=[dir]</code> option to specify a different install directory. The following is an example of how to configure and install into your home directory. (For more informaiton than the following line, look at the <a href="parallel-install.html">Parallel Install</a> section for more on having more than one version of Scribus installed at once)</p>
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./configure --prefix=/usr;make;make install prefix=~/scribus/svn
./configure --prefix=/usr;make;make install prefix=~/scribus/cvs
</pre>
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/trunk/Scribus/scribus/doc/en/download.html
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<hr />
 
<h4>Getting Scribus 1.2.5:</h4>
 
<p>You can:<br />
Download source tarballs and document templates and some rpms from
our :
<a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=125235">Sourceforge Download page</a></p>
 
<p>For Debian and Ubuntu repositories, please visit: <a href="http://debian.scribus.net/">http://debian.scribus.net/</a> Note: We do not have 64-bit Ubuntu Packages available in our repo.</p>
 
<h4>Getting Scribus 1.3.x:</h4>
 
<p>Windows 2000/XP:<a> <a href="http://windows.scribus.net">http://windows.scribus.net</a></a>
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our :
<a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=125235">Sourceforge Download page</a></p>
 
<h4>Downloading SVN</h4>See: <a href="install1.html">SVN Checkout Instructions</a>
<!--<li><b>Extra Document Templates</b> - http://www.scribus.org.uk/downloads/1.2.2/scribus-temp-all-1.2.2.tar.bz2</li>
<!--<li><b>Translation source files</b> (not needed for Scribus usage) - http://www.scribus.org.uk/downloads/1.2.2/scribus-po-files.tar.bz2</li>-->
<h4>Downloading CVS</h4>See: <a href="install1.html">CVS Checkout Instructions</a>
 
<h4>Getting Scribus 1.2.5: (deprecated)</h4>
 
<p>You can:<br />
Download source tarballs and document templates and some rpms from
our :
<a href="http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=125235">Sourceforge Download page</a></p>
 
<p>For Debian and Ubuntu repositories, please visit: <a href="http://debian.scribus.net/">http://debian.scribus.net/</a> Note: We do not have 64-bit Ubuntu Packages available in our repo.</p>
 
 
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<p>Depending on the version of your distribution, there is the possiblity that you may need to upgrade various dependencies of Scribus and the above commands should make sure the required packages are installed.</p>
<p>For example, to access the font files you want to use in Scribus, Scribus relies on FreeType. For getting the best results we recommend using FreeType version 2.1.9 or later. Without having certain levels of software, we cannot guarantee correct operation of Scribus, or guarantee you achieve the results you are trying to get. If the above commands do not upgrade all the dependencies on your system, please refer to the <a href="install2.html">Requirements</a> page to make sure you have them.</p>
<p>For example, to access the font files you want to use in Scribus, Scribus relies on FreeType. For getting the best results we recommend using FreeType version 2.1.9 or later. Without having certain levels of software, we cannot guarantee correct operation of Scribus, or guarantee you achieve the results you are trying to get. If the above commands do not upgrade all the dependencies on your system, please refer to the <a href="install2.html">Requirements</a> page to make sure you have them.</p>
<p>For those who wish to install a more recent version of Scribus than that is included in their distribution, please check you have all the <a href="install2.html">Requirements</a> and continue into the <a href="install1.html">Scribus Source</a> section.</p>
 
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