|Comment by: aGGreSSor (18.104.22.168)||At: 05 Mar 2013, 09:29||File version: 0.6.0|
|Interface work well on hosted linux-i386-system: compiles, but doesn't link. Problem in symbolic links: SYS:Development/lib/libm.a (to SYS:Development/libarosm.a) then linker error message - "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lm" in modern linux-i386-system distribute. |
|Comment by: Heinz712 (22.214.171.124)||At: 29 Oct 2007, 18:46||File version: 0.5.0|
|From Version 0.5.2 the Archive murks.zip must be extracted directly to sys: |
because the Compiler will be extracted to sys:Development/
You may later move the sys:Murks/ Directory if you want.
Extract with "unzip murks.zip -d sys:"
If you already have a sys:Development/ Directory, then extract with:
"unzip -n murks.zip -d sys:"
|Comment by: Keen (126.96.36.199)||At: 09 Jul 2007, 14:49||File version: 0.5.0|
|It will be better to specify an arch and version in archive`s name ., like |
|Comment by: Heinz712 (188.8.131.52)||At: 29 Jun 2007, 21:10||File version: 0.5.0|
|If you want to use Murks on AROS-linux-hosted, then make sure you start Aros |
with enough Memory (64MB) will be fine.
[./aros -m 64MB]
Make sure you save a project before you try to compile, even if have just loaded
|Comment by: Heinz712 (184.108.40.206)||At: 28 Jun 2007, 22:09||File version: 0.5.0|
|Ther may be an annoying message asking for volume "home" |
Assign home: sys:
to get rid of it.
|Comment by: Heinz-Raphael Reinke (220.127.116.11)||At: 14 Dec 2006, 16:30||File version: 0.2|
|Murks! IDE becomes Open Source |
Murks! is now released as Open Source Software under the
Terms of the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
Interested Developers can join the Team by contacting me,
using this Formmailer:
The Message should contain the Username and Password you want to use.
Of course Developers from other systems like OS4, MorphOS and OS3.x are
But only under one condition.
The Source Code MUST NOT have any dependencies that prevents it from compiling
But that should'nt be such a big Problem.
There is a web based Version Management with the Murks! Sources:
For a first look at the sources, you may log in with this userdata:
Read Access only!
The Version Management supports three languages:
English, german and dutch.