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Guide for building C::B on Linux request due to wiki 502 error

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Small update:

I have installed GCC 11.1.0 and have successfully built C::B with iGCC 11.1.0 and it runs.


--- Quote from: AndrewCot on September 08, 2021, 10:54:52 am ---@cacb than you very much for the script.
--- End quote ---
You're welcome, thanks for the updates on GTK3 packages. I am building under Kubuntu 20.04 and find GTK2 works best in my case, but will be ready for GTK3.

Maintaining such a script is easier than a wiki I guess.

Watch out when build C::B via workspace and/or project file on Linux as some of the project files include references to GTK2 like the following:

               <Add option="`pkg-config gdk-2.0 --cflags`" />
               <Add option="`pkg-config --libs gtk+-2.0`" />

Hope this of some use for the future. Now for me to start working on getting the projects files to build with GTK3.

I am keeping my C::B Linux build script here

This build script has now been updated to use my new unofficial github mirror of the C::B SourceForge SVN repo

The idea is that this mirror is updated automatically once per day and is intended to reflect the SVN repo exactly (it remains to be seen if this works ok when the SVN repo is next updated). The mirror contains a single master branch only, corresponding to SVN trunk. This mirror is passive, it does NOT accept pull requests or patches.

I think that the problem with all git unofficial C::B mirrors is that they don't have the fortranproject plugin. As this one is apparently only on svn, I don't know if a link from git is possible.


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