manual for gpgme
reuleaux at web.de
Sat Sep 26 07:48:32 CEST 2009
This is what I did (I am new to this list however, so more
experienced people might have better answers):
download the source code of gpgme, cd into the directory,
there is a doc directory in there, with some Makefile stanza Makefile.am
or the like.
from the main directory (the one above doc),
just so that the real Makefile was produced in doc
I also had to also install libgpg-error-dev (I am on Debian squeeze),
# apt-get install libgpg-error-dev
so that the ./configure would go through smoothly
(just as if I had wanted to really build gpgme, I happen to feel
more comfortable however, if everything - the Makefile in this case -
is built automatically)
Then (with a Makefile in doc), I ran
$ make pdf
there, complains still about texi2dvi not being found on my
system, fixed that by installing
# apt-get install texinfo
and there you go:
$ make pdf
should work now.
hope this helps,
On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 02:40:46PM -0400, Maneki Neko wrote:
> Where can I find a manual for gpgme's API?
> On gnupg's homepage, a reference manual is referenced, but there is no such
> manual under Documentation -> Manuals.
> A search on Google only turns up a non-downloadable outdated version of the
> manual for 1.1.6 on pyme.sourceforge.net.
> I see in gpgme download readme that there is supposed to be a manual
> included in /doc, but I'm not sure what to do with those. I understand I
> should be doing something with texinfo, so I downloaded and installed it,
> but I get a segfault when I run makeinfo --html texinfo.tex. Am I doing
> something wrong there? Is there anyway to read the manual directly without
> having to convert it into another format?
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