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File Date Author Commit
bin 2001-03-02 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [e0b31e] Avoid messages about the *.properties and *.dll...
doc 2010-06-23 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [4be5e0] command.replace.selection now works on GTK+.
gtk 2010-06-27 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [55f2f6] Added libdl as Fedora 13 wants it.
src 2010-06-23 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [4be5e0] command.replace.selection now works on GTK+.
win32 2010-06-16 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [704def] For compatibility with TDM MingW64, undefine _W...
License.txt 2003-01-03 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [9c8887] Updated copyright.
README 2010-04-05 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [70daa8] Minor documentation updates.
delcvs.bat 2007-03-27 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [11dc2d] Using cvs export command rather than checkout t...
tgzsrc 2005-08-01 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [5a608d] Updated build scripts as tar has changed treatm...
zipsrc.bat 2007-06-12 nyamatongwe nyamatongwe [80bf3e] Store OS X files in zips.

Read Me

README for building of Scintilla and SciTE

*** GTK+/Linux version ***

You must first have GTK+ 1.2x and GCC (2.8 or better) installed.
GTK+ 1.0x will not work and when it did it was very slow.
Other C++ compilers may work but may require tweaking the make file.

To build SciTE for GTK+/Linux, use the Makefile_gtk like this:

	make -f Makefile_gtk

The current make file only supports static linking between SciTE and Scintilla.

The SciTEGTK.properties file is better than the SciTEGlobal.properties for use 
on Linux/GTK+ as it specifies fonts that are likely to be installed. 
SciTE reads its SciTEGlobal.properties file from the user's home directory.

*** Windows version ***

A C++ compiler is required. Mingw32 GCC 2.9.5 is the compiler used
for most development although Visual C++ is also supported.

To compile with GCC, use make on the "makefile" file.


To compile with VC++, use nmake on the "makefile_vc" file.

	nmake /f makefile_vc