ComicsMaster is now Qt5 only.
Version 0071 is mostly a bugfix release.
In ComicMaster root folder:
make install <---- as root
This will install ComicMaster in /usr/local/bin
This should create a ComicMaster.*.deb archive suitable for Debian/Ubuntu.
Not tested, yet. Currently I don't have a Debian/Ubuntu machine.
It is still experimental. There wasn't much demand for .rpm or .deb packages,
so providing those is not worth the effort. Looks like Linux users are
absolutely confortable with compiling from a source package.
cmake takes two more optional parameters:
With CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX the installation path can be changed:
cmake -D CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX="/opt" .
Now ComicMaster will be installed in /opt/bin
cmake -D DATABASE="1" .
not only the ComicMaster binary will be created, but also an
optional plugin. This plugin adds support for a PostgreSQL
database. I cannot recommend to use this feature, yet, unless
to help me develop it, e.g. by sending me feature requests and