As mentioned on the main page, bbconf is hosted by sourceforge.net. What this
means is that they graciously have provided us with a CVS
repository, webspace to put these pages and screenshots up, and an environment
where we can work collectively on this project in a very easy manner.
This also means that you
have more ways of staying current, browsing our source, checking out the progress
of the project, downloading the source, etc., etc. This is a Good Thing (TM).
=:) Below is a list of links for the bbconf project.... You'll notice that we've
not yet taken the time to figure out how to use all of sourceforge's resources,
so many of the links on the sourceforge.net pages for bbconf don't have much
in them. Anyone who wants to take the time to learn us in the magical ways of
sourceforge is welcome to do so... =:)
sourceforge.net project home
instructions for anonymous
CVS browsing (viewcvs)
The above links will allow
you to download the source, RPMs or debian packages for bbconf. This includes
the main bbconf application and the 4 plugins that it comes with: the menu editor,
the keybindings editor, the theme/style editor, and the bbconf configuration
plugin. In the below prepackaged distributions for bbconf (the RPM and debian
packages), the plugins and bbconf executable will be installed automatically,
and bbconf should be able to find its plugins properly and all will be fine
and dandy in the world.
A word on the plugins...
It is possible to change where bbconf looks for and loads its plugins from.
These settings are controlled in the configure script that comes with the bbconf
source package below. Please use "./configure --help" to see all of
the options available to you. But, briefly, the "--prefix=" switch
to the configure script will tell bbconf to base its files from. In other words,
if you use "./configure --prefix=/usr/local", then bbconf will look
for its plugins in /usr/local/lib/bbconf/plugins.
In addition to the above
method of telling bbconf where to find its plugins, bbconf will also automatically
look in ~/.bbconf/ for any .so files to load as plugins. Any plugins found in
~/.bbconf/ will override whatever other plugins bbconf finds. This means that
you can install newer or different plugins in your own ~/.bbconf/ directory
and have bbconf use those.
For a list of recent changes
to bbconf, you can browse its ChangeLog here...
And now, on to your
choices of bbconf... =:)
Below, you can download
the version of bbconf you desire. This is in compressed, tar format.
- If you want to build
an RPM, then download the below tarball, untar and uncompress it, cd into
the bbconf directory, and type "./configure", followed by "make
- Similarly, if you want
a debian package, after running "./configure" successfully, type
"make dist-deb". That's simple enough, eh?