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2005-09-17 Michael Hutchinson <m.j.hutchinson@gmail.com>

	* INSTALL: updated instructions regarding Mozilla extensions


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+2005-09-17 Michael Hutchinson <m.j.hutchinson@gmail.com>
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+ * INSTALL: updated instructions regarding Mozilla extensions
+
2005-09-16 Everaldo Canuto <everaldo@smios.org>
* autogen.sh: Fix command order in autogen.sh, aclocal need to be run
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Prerequisites
=============
You will need:
- Mono 1.1.9 (okay, *very* recent subversion Mono class libraries will do)
+ Mono 1.1.9
Gtk# 2.5.5.99
Gecko# 0.10
GCC 3.3
- Gtk+ 2.6.4
- Mozilla 1.7.10
-
-And of course the devoloper libraries for all of these.
+ Gtk+ 2.6.4 + developer headers
+ Mozilla 1.7.10 + developer headers
+
+Newer versions should work; if they don't, it's a bug.
Building AspNetEdit
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make
-Running AspNetEdit
-=================
+Installing AspNetEdit
+=====================
+To install AspNetEdit into the PREFIX directory you specified when running autoconf.sh, simply run
+
+make install
+
+The executable and libraries will be installed into PREFIX/lib, and a script 'aspnetedit' is provided in PREFIX/bin to launch the application.
+The Mozilla extension that AspNetEdit requires is installed into the 'chrome' subdirectory of your Mozilla installation, for which you will need write access.
+
+Running AspNetEdit directly
+===========================
You can run AspNetEdit out of the build directory with the command
make run
+However, the Mozilla extension must be installed first, so this command is only useful for running updated builds of the Mono-based components without reinstalling the whole application.
+
-Installing AspNetEdit
-=====================
-To install AspNetEdit into the PREFIX directory you specified when running autoconf.sh, simly run
-make install
-The executable and libraries will be installed into PREFIX/lib, and a script 'aspnetedit' is provided in PREFIX/bin to launch the application

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