there are many features and bugfixes that are in SVN code many users want to
have today, but version releases are not often. Maybe it is worth to make
weekly builds of SVN version, so that all can download it from Sourceforge.
It is not a problem to download SVN code and compile/install it under Linux,
but under Windows, it is not clear for me which compiler to use, which
libraries should I download etc.
I provide this "service" for the few viewers of my website: http://
www.math.tamu.edu/~saichu/Devversion.html much more often than weekly, actually.
With windows, I actually use the mingw32 compiler, and the Qt libraries.
That is to say, I just downloaded Qt from
http://qt.nokia.com/ . It gives you a command prompt
of its own, so I navigate to the directory and do (after adding the mingw32
bin to the path)
qmake texmakerx.pro && mingw32-make release
Its not hard to compile it like it was stated above. I've provided a more
updated SVN build here: http://people.sc.fsu.edu/~riosjfern/dokuwiki/doku.php
?id=latex:texmakerx:svn_builds. Which I'll update once in a while
Oh yeah, please note that I've stopped this service, since it was mainly
because the official version at the time was very buggy.
Thanks zoidy for taking over.
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