Author Topic: A easy guide to build .deb packages from a codeblock project ?  (Read 3173 times)

Offline Juanma Font

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Hello ˇˇˇ

   I am developping a linux versión for this project ( photografic software) (see here for more info->
http://luminous-landscape.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=17775 )
 
   I'm using C::B and wxformbuilder for this.

   But I have one problem, I don't know how to build .deb packages from my codeblock project.

   I'm searching into this forum , and I found a old message (with attach deleted) and a I found (at google) a lot of guides for build debian packects, but none from C::B to .deb

    Any easy guide for this ?

  Thanks...
 

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Re: A easy guide to build .deb packages from a codeblock project ?
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2010, 01:25:17 pm »
I don't know whether you mean the test-project I created a little more than a year ago, but I attach it here.

It's really simple and does not register any mime-types, icons or desktop-files.
But this all is beyond the scope of this forum.

Nevertheless it might be helpful to show how easy it can be done.
Be aware, that C::B can not be run without an xserver, so a build on a headless server is not possible.

You need 7-zip to unpack the file :
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7za x -so ../../testapp.tar.7z  | tar xf -
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Offline Juanma Font

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Re: A easy guide to build .deb packages from a codeblock project ?
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2010, 02:01:46 pm »
Ok, thanks...   

   Now playing with the 'attach file'

  ;)

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Re: A easy guide to build .deb packages from a codeblock project ?
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2010, 02:53:49 pm »
Ok, thanks...   

   Now playing with the 'attach file'

  ;)
If you need further help (beyond our forums scope), feel free to send me a pm or a mail (<my nickname> at codeblocks dot org).