On the Enlightenment Bleeding Edge
"Marco Trevisan (Treviño)"
mail at 3v1n0.net
Thu Apr 2 23:16:04 CEST 2009
Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
> In the latest months the enlightenment world has got many updates, but
> unfortunately the distros available for the FR don't provide the latest
> versions of the E stack. This is quite normal since they have to share a
> tested environment, but it makes so hard to use the latest tools (also
> because the e libs have frequent changes).
> That's why today I've given to my Toolchain another challenge :P:
> compiling E from svn (but following the OE bitbakes configurations)...
> After some hours, I got it and I was able to run the latest illume code
> in my phone, but without breaking my Om2008.12 installation.
> In fact I've installed all my new data to /usr/e17, that's why the
> default e installation that comes with Om2008.12 is not touched at all.
Since I was asked for it by some users, I've uploaded newer packages of
the latest e17 svn compiled for being installed in /usr/e17 not to break
any installation . Follow the previous provided instructions to
It includes also elementary; you can try it with:
DISPLAY=:0 LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/e17/lib elementary_test
Unfortunately this build (and the previous one) isn't compatibile with
latest libeWebkit that I've planned to recompile to make it work with
eve (the new ewww name ;)).
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