Debian, Anjuta, gtkmm

10. August 2006

Today, I built my first debian package. I still don’t fully understand how the whole mechanism works but at least I got good results by reusing the debian/ directory of an existing package as a starting point.

Naba made a great job and implemented a good auto-indent feature for anjuta, though the supported languages are only C, C++ and Java in the moment. Libanjuta is now a bit more wrapping friendly because I added “G_BEGIN_DECLS” and “G_END_DELCS” to all headers.

I am working on a libanjutamm. I follow the excellent instructions in the Gtkmm Documentation but I still have some problems. Anyway, I hope the nice guys at #c++ will be able to help me.