SciteProj is based on the ScitePM program by Roy Wood. It provides a way to arrange a group of files into a project for easy access in the SciTE text editor. The project is saved to disk in human-readable XML format.
Upon program start a configuration file called .sciteproj will be created in your home folder if it doesn't already exist. Program configuration will be loaded from there on every program start of sciteproj.
You can also check out trunk on SVN, using the following command:
svn co https://sciteproj.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/sciteproj/trunk sciteproj
SciteProj uses cmake as build system. Create a build folder (if one doesn't already exist, and from there run cmake targeting the folder of the CMakeLists.txt. Like so:
This will generate necessary makefiles. If you instead want to build a debug version run:
cmake .. -DDEBUG=on
And this will generate makefiles with debug information turned active.
Now, to build run
and then to install system-wide run make install as super-user:
su -c "make install"
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Streamlined CMakeLists
· Made homepage XHTML Transitional
· Removed gfileutils_local files (Upping the GLib requirement)
· Show SciTE status in SciteProj statusbar
· Updates to statusbar infotext
· Search dialog
· Better checks for SciTE existance
· Added file_to_load option to config file
· More memory leaks fixed