Monthly Archives: March 2012

Good Practices: Compiling from Source #3

In my first post, I wrote about the configuration step in compilation. In my last post, I wrote about the compile step. This post is about the last step, installation. Rubber Hits the Road You’ve configured and compiled your project, … Continue reading

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Good Practices: Compiling from Source #2

I went over the first part of compiling (configuring) in my earlier blog post here. Easy Make Oven Now, you’ve successfully configured your project, and you’re ready to build. Thankfully, this step is usually pretty straightforward and simple, all you … Continue reading

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Good Pracitices: Compiling from Source #1

If you’ve ever been enthusiastic about an open source project, you’ve likely compiled a bleeding edge version of a project before. I know a many non-coders do this, and I can empathize that it is potentially confusing for people. The … Continue reading

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