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Brief introduction to SVN

22 bytes added, 09:58, 28 October 2012
Option 1: run from source repo: Replaced x86_64 by $(uname -m)
Copy the file created in build to your source directory if you want to use your source directory to work with Gramps:
cp build/lib.linux-x86_64$(uname -m)-2.7/gramps/gen/ gramps/gen/ # note the lib.linux path may vary depending on your system e.g. it could be lib.linux-i686-2.7
''Note'': the <code>lib.linux-$(uname -m)-2.7</code> folder name vary depending on your system (i686 or x86_64). That is it. If you installed some dependencies of Gramps in non-default positions, you need to indicate with PYTHONPATH where then they can be found, and with LD_LIBRARY_PATH where link libraries can be found. Eg, if you install GTK and spell checking from source too, you will need something like:
PYTHONPATH=/usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib python

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