Example app showing off the current parts of LPKit. Uses a Aristo-like theme for the custom controls, see cappuccino docs on how to compile & use themes.
Initialize and link
LPKit as a submodule
$ git submodule init $ git submodule sync $ git submodule update
LPKit is cloned as a submodule. Then, go into its directory, and run
$ jake symlink-narwhal
or run it where your copy of
LPKit is. The copy on which you run
jake symlink-narwhal would be used as the implicit copy when you build
After having a copy of
LPKit registered, go inside
LPAristo, and run
Initialize the Cappuccino framework
Finally, go outside of the directory and run
$ capp gen <LPKit Examples Directory Name> -f --force
so you incarnate Cappuccino into the app. Now everything should run smoothly.
Everything, except the
LPAristo theme, is released under the MIT license. For more information regarding the license, view the LICENSE file.
LPAristo is released under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License.