The Qt port of obconf, the Openbox configuration tool
C++ C CMake
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ObConf-Qt is a Qt port of ObConf, a configuration editor for window manager OpenBox.

It is maintained by the LXQt project but can be used independently from this desktop environment.


Compiling source code

Runtime dependencies are Qt X11 Extras, gtk-update-icon-cache, hicolor-icon-theme and Openbox.
Additional build dependencies are CMake and liblxqt, optionally Git to pull latest VCS checkouts. The localization files were outsourced to repository lxqt-l10n so the corresponding dependencies are needed, too. Please refer to this repository's for further information.

Code configuration is handled by CMake. CMake variable CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX has to be set to /usr on most operating systems.

To build run make, to install make install which accepts variable DESTDIR as usual.

Binary packages

Official binary packages are available in Arch Linux and Debian (as of Debian stretch).
The tool is missing in Fedora so far. Same applies to openSUSE where it is about to be included, though.