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Ubuntu Step by Step Compilation
This section will detail how to compile SLADE in Ubuntu (and probably anything else using apt-get, like Debian). This method has been tested on a fresh install of Ubuntu 15.04 and should work fine.
Step 1: Download and install the required libraries and tools
First things first, we'll need to install all the libraries and tools required by SLADE and wxWidgets. Open a terminal window and type the following line:
If any of the above libraries can't be found, try running
Step 2: Download SLADE sources from the GitHub repository
The next step is to download the SLADE sources from GitHub. First up, open Terminal and cd to some directory (or you can just use home if you want). Then enter the following line:
This should download the SLADE sources and put them in the
Optional Step - Switch to the stable branch
By default you will be on the master branch. As it is the 'in development' branch, it will include more cutting-edge features and improvements at the potential cost of stability.
If you would rather stick with the latest stable release of SLADE, enter the following command:
This will switch over to the stable branch and sources.
Step 3: Compile SLADE
Finally, enter the following commands to compile SLADE (using CMake):
And that should be it, you should now be able to run SLADE by entering