Commit a05c88ff authored by mathieui's avatar mathieui

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Poezio in the GNU/Linux distributions
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As far as I know, Poezio is available in the following distributions, you just have to install it by using the package manager of the distribution, if you're using one of these.
* *Archlinux*: A poezio and poezio-git packages are in AUR (use your favourite AUR wrapper to install them)
* *Frugalware*: Just use pacmang-g2 to install the poezio package. (Thanks to its maintainer, Kooda)
As far as I know, Poezio is available in the following distributions, you just
have to install it by using the package manager of the distribution, if you're
using one of these.
* *Archlinux*: A poezio and poezio-git packages are in AUR (use your favourite
AUR wrapper to install them)
* *Frugalware*: Just use pacmang-g2 to install the poezio package. (Thanks to
its maintainer, Kooda)
* *Debian*: Use an other distro.
(If an other distribution provides a poezio package, please tell us and we will add it to the list)
(If an other distribution provides a poezio package, please tell us and we will
add it to the list)
Install poezio from the sources
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You can download poezio's https://dev.louiz.org/project/poezio/download[stable sources] or fetch the development version (trunk), using git:
You can download poezio's https://dev.louiz.org/project/poezio/download[stable
sources] or fetch the development version (trunk), using git:
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git clone https://git.louiz.org/poezio
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In order for poezio to correctly work, you need the libs SleekXMPP and dnspython. You can install them by downloading it from the https://github.com/fritzy/SleekXMPP/[SleekXMPP] page and the http://www.dnspython.org/[dnspython] page , but you'll need the development versions. Alternatively, you can download poezio's sources including SleekXMPP and dnspython, that's the easier way.
In order for poezio to correctly work, you need the libs SleekXMPP and
dnspython. You can install them by downloading it from the
https://github.com/fritzy/SleekXMPP/[SleekXMPP] page and the
http://www.dnspython.org/[dnspython] page , but you'll need the development
versions. Alternatively, you can download poezio's sources including SleekXMPP
and dnspython, that's the easier way.
As for dnspython, you will have to use our python3 fork, or poke them to accept patches.
As for dnspython, you will have to use our python3 fork, or poke them to accept
patches.
=== Dependencies ===
If you want to install SleekXMPP and dnspython yourself, follow these instructions. Else, go to the next section.
If you want to install SleekXMPP and dnspython yourself, follow these
instructions. Else, go to the next section.
Download SleekXMPP
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su -c "python3 setup.py install"
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Clone the repository at http://hg.louiz.org/dnspython (this is a fork, because upstream is unresponsive and didn’t fix an important bug).
Clone the repository at http://hg.louiz.org/dnspython (this is a fork, because
upstream is unresponsive and didn’t fix an important bug).
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hg clone http://hg.louiz.org/dnspython
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=== Poezio installation ===
If you skipped the installation of the dependencies and you only want to test poezio without a system-wide install, do, in the _poezio_ directory:
If you skipped the installation of the dependencies and you only want to test
poezio without a system-wide install, do, in the _poezio_ directory:
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sh update.sh
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If you have git and hg installed, it will download and update locally the libraries for you.
If you have git and hg installed, it will download and update locally the
libraries for you.
If you don't want to install poezio but just test it, do:
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