On Wednesday 31 December 2008 16:17:22 Anne Wilson wrote: > On Wednesday 31 December 2008 15:28:25 Craig White wrote: > > I am pretty much a quanta person (kdewebdev package) and my second > > choice for pure html editing is bluefish. The last time I used nvu, it > > was OK but nothing to jump through hoops over. > > It was really a matter of language - when they list menu paths or mention a > button-name. When you're doing something for the first time you're not > entirely sure that the thing you think is equivalent actually is :-) > > > for building packages, you are going to need at least... > > > > yum install gcc-c++ gcc autoconf > > # should bring in other requisite libraries > > > > and depending upon the library needs for the package you are building, > > probably gtk2-devel and others > > > > personally, I would just recommend you install/use kdewebdev (Quanta) or > > Bluefish > > I had come to the conclusion that it was worth a try. I have both quanta > and bluefish installed, and I fired up quanta. For the most part I managed > the first part - the ui design - except for almost the last thing where it > asks for a text area. I added that but it says to set it to 5 rows by 40 > columns. Unlike the text entry boxes I didn't get a properties box when I > added that. How do you do that? Thanks > OK, I sussed it. Just add cols="40" rows="5" after the name. Arghh!! Now it assumes that I've got mysql set up. Google to the rescue. Anne
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