KImageMapEditor 1.0.1 reviewDownload
KImageMapEditor is a tool for Linux/KDE that allows you to edit image maps of HT
KImageMapEditor is a tool for Linux/KDE that allows you to edit image maps of HTML files.
KImageMapEditor project can be fully integrated with Quanta since it is based on KPart technology.
KDE 3.x >= 3.0
QT 3.x.x >= 3.0.3
Compilation and Installation:
In order to compile KImageMapEditor follow the steps below :
- Download the tar.bz2 file.
- Now consider using Kconfigure for very easy installing, or open a console and follow the other steps
- Extract it :
gzip -dc kimagemapeditor-1.0.tar.bz2 | tar -xvf -
- Compile it :
At this point there could have been occured errors .
If you know you have KDE >= v3.0 and QT >= v3.0.3 installed then perhaps the paths are not set correctly .
Try to run configure with the parameters
--prefix=[your KDE 3.0 path] , for SuSE e.g :
for RedHat and Mandrake try :
--with-qt-dir=[your QT 3.0.3 path] , e.g :
If you want to compile a KDE2 version make sure you have not installed autoconf 2.50 or newer !
You need autoconf 2.13 to compile the KDE2 version. You can download autoconf 2.13 at www.gnu.org
- Install it :
- Run it :
What's New in This Release:
Fixed the RPATH bug that prevents the creation of a Debian package. If you already use version 1.0, you don't need to upgrade.
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